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.
With the help of the Trollbäck branding firm ABC reimagines a simpler globe logo with refined typography.
On the 20th anniversary, Wunderman Thompson creates a campaign that aims to rekindle the spirit of togetherness and compassion that arose in the immediate aftermath of the tragedy of September 11.
Odgis + Company welcome two accomplished designers to its creative team. Heather Cahoon is an award-winning graphic designer and illustrator. Sebrina Smith is an accomplished Senior Art Director/Designer specializing in making design work for business.
VSA Partners has led the brand transformation of AMRI to Curia, emphasizing the firm’s ability to take drug development “from curiosity to cure.”
Registration is open now for the venerable AIGA MN Design Camp. Set for October 1-3, this year’s Design Camp is a hybrid affair, with a Plaid Ball in person on Friday night, and virtual workshops and events on Saturday and Sunday.
Yelp’s refreshed logo and reimagined suite of app icons are part of the continued rollout of their new modernized platform.
In honor of the 20th anniversary of 9/11, Landor & Fitch designed the XX New York campaign to support a volunteer fundraiser for the New York Police and Fire Widows’ and Children’s Benefit Fund – also known as Answer the Call.
The Cleveland Indians are no more. Cleveland’s major league ball club declared a name change from the Indians to the Guardians, unveiling a new logo and campaign video voiced by Tom Hanks and soundtracked by The Black Keys.
Herman Miller Group has teamed with dozens of major companies to launch the Diversity in Design Collaborative, which aims to increase diversity and expand the talent pool of minorities within the design industry.
Chermayeff & Geismer & Haviv have designed a logo for the Truveta platform, founded by a group of major healthcare systems to provide more than 15% of clinical care in the US.
Artist Kehinde Wiley has designed a new trophy that winners will receive at this year’s MTV Video Music Awards. It’s design is meant to signal a cultural shift in support of equality and representation.
Talk about a challenge! Landor Chicago has developed the logo and branding for the America250 Foundation, whose mission is to build unity and engagement, as well as reflect diversity and change, in the run-up to a polarized nation’s 250th anniversary in 2026.
C&G Partners designed the signage, way finding, and graphic system for Little Island, Manhattan’s newest public park and performance space.
Fry’s new identity by Sunhouse encapsulates the family’s passion to craft tasty plant-based foods and inspire people to move to a healthier, more compassionate and sustainable lifestyle.
Metsä Board appoints a Sustainability Specialist for the Americas to help customers reduce the environmental impact of their packaging.
AIGA has named seven new members to its 2021 National Board of Directors. “Bringing in new Board members is our chance to renew and extend our expertise and reach for the profession,” says Bennie F. Johnson, executive director of AIGA.
Sponsored by Verso Corporation, our 58th Annual Print and Paper Design Survey looks at the enduring strengths and ongoing challenges. All filtered through the experience of the pandemic and how that may shape post-pandemic print.
Creative Studio Grand Jeté explains the use of hidden symbolism, the process behind the logo’s creation, and how the ‘Call Mom’ founders Marc Rose and Med Abrous are represented in its iconography.
The PepsiCo Design + Innovation Book showcases the results that design-led thinking and innovation brought to market in 2020 across the company’s broad portfolio of food and beverage brands.
Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) partners with the Baltimore City Health Department, Johns Hopkins’ International Vaccine Access Center and Morgan State University to help get vaccine hesitant and hard-to-reach populations inoculated.
Pentagram partner Michael Gericke’s monograph spans four decades of multi-dimensional design driven by celebrating places, telling stories, and making symbols.
Pentagram redesigns the visual identity for The National Women’s History Museum, the largest online cultural institution dedicated to the women who have transformed American history.
Glenn Cole, co-founder and creative chairman at 72andSunny, was elected chairman of The One Club Board of Directors. He takes over from FCB Global CCO Susan Credle and his vice president is Pum Lefebure.