fifty-five, a global MarTech consultancy conducted a study on the carbon impact of advertising campaigns, with a primary focus on digital. The study is available as an open-source tool.
GDUSA is publishing a series of articles by Richard Shear of invōk brands that takes an evolutionary look at consumer search patterns and explains how visual brand designers can use it to their advantage.
Adobe surveyed 7,000 global emoji users to explore the impact of emoji on digital communication. Among the findings: a thumbs up for the thumbs up, eggplant confusion, and what else works for work and dating.
Sure to become a design classic, Creatives on Creativity features interviews with 44 of the world’s best artists, creative directors, designers, illustrators and more. Among them: George Lois, Stefan Sagmeister and Paula Scher.
Ryan Schmidt of Landor & Fitch contends that now is the time for brand leaders to reconsider how brand experiences truly integrate the physical, human, and digital to deliver authenticity and truth.
Design Agency CEO DJ Haddad of Haddad & Partners has taken an unorthodox approach to navigating through the pandemic, bringing a mobile office to the 70+ employees working at home.
Kevin Kernan of GDLOFT on the power of print, especially now, to cut through the digital clutter and appeal to the senses. People, he writes, want their humanity back.
Shutterstock has launched its eighth annual Oscar Pop! poster series to celebrate the best picture nominees in the 92nd Academy Awards.
Anthony Wood argues that, yes, one can get graphic design on the cheap; but, just because you can doesn’t mean you should.
Ondrej Kruk, President of Pantone/X-Rite, discusses four shifts that have increased the demand for getting not just the color, but the appearance, right.
Guest columnist Jim Misener of global agency 50,000feet opines on why design has the unique ability to focus our minds while also setting them free.
Conditions in the advertising industry are unsustainable for women trying to start a family and stay sane, says CCO Danielle Trivisonno Hawley.
A creative firm specializing in print and web communication creates a poster to celebrate AIGA Philadelphia’s 35th birthday.
An excerpt from Alan Siegel’s new book entitled Voice Lessons, Navigating the Complex Cultural Landscape to Build a Distinctive Brand Voice. He is a true branding pioneer and currently heads Siegelvision.
In the newest volume of its ongoing Explore series, Neenah takes a look at designing for the real estate market. The concept: a strong visual presentation can make or break that crucial first impression, as well as that all-important lasting impression.
Healthcare companies put emotional connection at the core of their brand strategy, argues Karin Bauer of SGK Healthcare.
The Creatives’ Roundtable, an online community that helps advance creative businesses, will be accepting a limited number of new members through June 5, 2018
New book: Elvis, Strait, to Jesus – An Iconic Producer’s Journey with Legends of Rock ‘n’ Roll, Country and Gospel Music
Shutterstock notes 11 creative trends for 2018: from mythical beasts and magical landscapes to the unmistakable sci-fi synthwave sound, these trends are growing in popularity amongst marketers and creative professionals.
Here are the 20 most visited graphic design news items of 2017 on our website. Not included are our massively popular competition pages, special people features, trends and surveys, or personal blog posts. And no value judgements, just the traffic facts.