As we try to cope with pandemics, politics and protests, our 57th Design Annual suggests that out of the crucible we can expect an even more influential graphic design profession to emerge.
The participants in GDUSA’s Socially Responsible Designers editorial feature – an annual look at creative and thought leaders who are designing for good – choose to see a silver lining to the annus horribilis that is 2020.
In the face of uncertainty and adversity, designers are proving adaptable and ingenious — and hopeful.
A first cut on how graphic designers are dealing with the coronavirus crisis in real time. Send your thoughts and experiences for publication to firstname.lastname@example.org
Gordon Kaye a publisher and lawyer. Here are some thoughts on vision and values as reflected in the 56th anniversary GDUSA Design Annual.
Publisher Gordon Kaye on GDUSA’s 2019 People To Watch. And why, in this dumb and divisive time, he is feeling a bit better about where we are and where we are going.
Gordon talks to Robin Colangelo, Global Director of Creative Services at law firm White & Case, about creative leadership, design education, and the challenges of working inhouse.
Gordon talks with Megan Flood of boutique design studio Marine Lane about design school, bipartisan politics and her love of Serendipity ice cream.
GDUSA publisher Gordon Kaye on Marco Rubio, wearing black, and why it is helpful to have experts around when you are forecasting graphic design trends.
Publisher Gordon Kaye is worried about the lack of shared experiences in our fragmented media world, and what it means to a society.