Paul Flaharty is executive director of the marketing and creative practice at global talent solutions firm Robert Half. Paul shares insights on the how 2023 looks for hiring managers and job seekers, key trends in hiring.
It is only one survey, but new research has revealed that Nebraska is the best state in the US to work as a graphic designer. The study by Pixlr.com, a leading web-based photo editor, analyzed US Census Bureau data to make the discovery.
GDUSA remains committed to more and better editorial coverage of the creative community in 2023 – our 60th year – but until then below are web and social media editor Sasha Kaye-Walsh’s 10 favorite stories of 2022.
A meeting between two important figures in modern print, type and graphic arts history at the Museum of Printing – Frank Romano and Joe Treacy (shown here) – led to two fascinating interviews about the pioneering days of digital type.
Award winning designer Krystal Pratt argues that the use of digitally interactive sales material creates not only a pandemic proof sales process but a more immersive experience for the future of design.
Full Sail University Graphic Design students recently worked along side the school’s creative department to the design of a custom Land Rover to appear in the Rebelle Rally, a women’s off-road navigation rally.
Ted Chong of Ice Cube Marketing on the 3 lessons of Facebook advertising, based on millions spent by Ice Cube Marketing as well as its status as a Meta partner agency.
Arash Rod, UI expert and Lead Artist at chat experience platform Provider GameOn Technology, believes that one way to add personality to chatbot applications is through unique design elements, such as GIFs and videos.
MAX is one of the largest gatherings of graphic, web, UX, and multi-skilled designers. GDUSA readers save $400 on a full conference pass with promo code M22GDUSA. In-person attendance is limited so register early at adobe.com/go/maxgdusa
GDUSA’s Gordon Kaye with thoughts on our 59th Annual Inhouse Design Awards showcase and why inhouse designers are in a position to create an upcycle of effective, authentic and trustworthy communications. Just when we need it the most.
In the lead-up to the 2022 midterm elections, AIGA has created resources to encourage all voting-age populations to exercise their civic rights.
Molly Ungs argues that the most effective way to reduce waste is to not create it in the first place. Both brands and consumers need to participate in the journey to address and change how we consume and dispose of the products we buy.
Graphic designer Bob Scudellari died on June 3, 2022. He was best known for bold, typographic book jackets during a 26-year tenure as Vice President and Corporate Art Director at Random House.
When NMU’s College of Graduate Studies & Research asked C-90 to create a visual identity to increase their visibility and public awareness, it presented a fascinating design problem.
Collated in collaboration with Neurons, a new study from Monotype finds that the right type can boost positive reader response by 13%.
Rashida Salahuddin is spearheading the Corporate Citizenship Project to address the challenges and ethical issues she has seen first-hand in the field of corporate governance. She is believer that corporate America should be transparent and practice what they preach.
Peter Knapp, Group Chairman, Landor & Fitch, on Global Accessibility Day. He argues that making products and experiences both accessible and inclusive should be the fundamental building block of modern design and brand responsibility.
Anna Sing, a multi-disciplinary designer based in New York City, went on a frenetic 15-week effort to create four fonts inspired by the history of houseplants.
Parsons’ Core Creative Agency is celebrating its 50th anniversary. This in-house design department looks back and looks forward as it continues to express and protect the essence of the brand, product, and mission.
Harvey Hunt of Berthold Types passed away peacefully and surrounded by family on April 3. He will be missed and he will be remembered for his very real contributions to the worlds of digital type and graphic arts.
Kevin Grady is a Senior Partner in design at Lippincott, a global creative consultancy, where he spearheads programs out of the San Francisco office. He contends that motion design is the future of branding.
As a former AIGA national board member and co-author of The Living Principles for Design, Phil Hamlett discusses how designers must stretch and grow as design breaks free from print and even screens.
Shutterstock has released 10 bespoke pop art movie posters that honor the Best Picture nominees at the 94th Academy Awards, marking its decade-long annual Oscar Pop! poster series.
Joe Crump of Landor & Fitch on why brands must leverage technology – AR, QR codes, a Metaverse strategy, and more – to drive innovation, connect with their consumers and evolve their story.
Taja Dockendorf of Pulp+Wire on why ego has no place at the table when you aim to empower those around you.