Thad Kubis is lauded as a professional and passionately driven educator at City Tech, whose career includes hands-on experience in advertising agencies, the creative community, print production, and the ever-changing world of new and emerging media.
What does a business forecast look like when most of your clients are closed or working part-time? Creative director and business leader David Langton suggests it’s time to listen to improv comedians who do this all the time.
ShouldIVote.us is a colorful and easily navigable website, created by Rule29, that helps visitors by explaining how to register, why your vote matters, and why it is important to encourage family and friends to vote as well.
In new research, The Sleep Judge gathered information from over 1,000 people and had them describe the content, emotions, and colors of their dreams and nightmares. And two graphic designers brought the results to life.
Noise 13 gives legendary landscape architects RHAA a rebrand with a nod to inspired spaces, including structural custom typography with geometric cuts and rules and earthy hues.
If you’re getting into web design, or you’re an entrepreneur looking to better the look of your store, here are 4 web design secrets that convey ease, excitement, and of course, beauty.
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Job-hunting is tough, but especially with the effects of a global pandemic still hanging over the business world. Here are ten tips from Diane Domeyer of The Creative Group that can help
Still image and video storyteller Jim Erickson of Erickson Stock offers ‘Bill,’ a solid and calm Everyman who fits the mood of this turbulent moment.
Chermayeff + Geismar + Haviv develop logo for new U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum in Colorado Springs CO.
Matt Caldwell of Equator Design on how the Covid-19 crisis is affecting CPG brands, supermarket shelves, global supply chains, and more.
Wolff Olins helped rebrand Understood including a transformed and animated ‘U’ logo. A custom typeface and sonic identity are part of the refresh.
Monotype has unveiled the Macklin typeface superfamily, designed by Malou Verlomme of the Monotype Studio.
Landor and FITCH, creative partners occasionally operating as a single team, respond to the UN call for positive graphics promoting public health.
Legendary designer Thomas Hull, of Rigsby Hull and a professor at SCAD, on the need to pivot, jam or riff in these times of unpredictability.
Gensler is creating vibrant murals to help small business owners and to show how design can inspire hope in a time of trouble.
To support restaurants during the coronavirus crisis, Minneapolis food and beverage marketing agency JT Mega has created a campaign called Turn the Tables.
A new Church logo adds a visual component for the first time to emphasize the centrality of Jesus Christ in its name and teachings.
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DesignStudio unveils its rebrand for leading games company, China’s Tencent Games, that it hopes will spark moments of happiness and imagination.
Design Bridge New York and K-Y have announced new branding and packaging that champion female sexual empowerment and equality in the bedroom.
Alexander Isley develops a bold, simple and distinctive look for Ripley Waterfowl Conservancy, keeping in mind “the world has enough engraving of birds in circles.”