Rockport will publish the Universal Principles of UX this spring. The encyclopedia has been compiled with the help of UX experience design guru Irene Pereyra.
Gordon Kaye and Sasha Kaye-Walsh are editors at Graphic Design USA/GDUSA. These comments below first ran in the October 2022 print and digital editions of GDUSA magazine. They deal with GDUSA’s 2022 Health+Wellness Design Awards, the annual Responsible Designers feature, and more news and ideas.
AIGA has announced the winners of the 2022/2023 AIGA Worldstudio Scholarships. Awarded annually, the scholarships encourage social and environmental responsibility and cultural awareness in the next generation of artists and designers.
Over 20 SCAD students and alumni collaborated to create a dynamic and extensive creative campaign, shot in historic Savannah, to celebrate the SCAD Savannah Film Festival’s 25th anniversary.
RIchard Poulin has written the first major publication on the life and work of celebrated mid-century modernist graphic designer Rudolph de Harak. The subhead: Rational Simplicity.
The One Club has announced its 12th annual ‘Where Are All The Black People’ diversity conference and career fair. It will take place in New York and online October 6-7. The hybrid conference is free.
SEGD’s class of Fellows for 2022 includes Michael Gericke of Pentagram, Julie Beeler and Brad Johnson of Second Story, and Alan Jacobson of Exit Design. Past Fellows include Ed Schlossberg, Paula Scher and Massimo Vignelli.
The One Club will present the Manship Medallion to a select group creative leaders who have played a significant role in ADC history. Gail Anderson, Brian Collins, Paula Scher, Richard Wilde, George Lois, Eileen Hedy Schultz are among those recognized.
Commencing June 10, Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum will present “Designing Peace,” an exhibition exploring the unique role design can play in pursuing peace.
Lynda Decker, Michael Bierut and Katrina Alcorn are among those featured in AIGA’s second annual Design + Business Conference to showcase how design is impacting businesses in measurable ways.
Design Museum Week will feature five days of virtual and in-person programs in cities nationwide from April 25-29. The organizer is Design Museum Everywhere; workshops, presentations and lightning talks are included.
AIGA and the Yale School of Management come together for the ‘Business Perspectives for Creative Leaders’ Executive Learning Program.’ The program is now in its 15th year.
AIGA has announced an initiative with Wiki Education to expand and build more comprehensive design histories. AIGA Wiki Scholars Program will provide training for AIGA members to add and expand the design knowledge base.
LogoLounge.com is currently accepting submissions for LogoLounge Book 13, which will feature 3,000 of the best and brightest logos from around the world.
Outspoken By Design is a group art show celebrating, supporting, and amplifying AAPI voices with the goal of raising money and awareness to #StopAsianHate. Wunderman Thompson is calling on AAPI designers across the globe to submit designs.
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.
Poster House, the nation’s only museum dedicated to the global history of posters, has recently reopened.
Under the AIGA Unidos umbrella, and throughout Hispanic Heritage Month, Latinx and Hispanic Creatives are sharing their culture, contributions and best practices to move design forward.
Don’t miss the chance for unlimited submissions to the graphic design industry’s most respected logo competition.
The One Club for Creativity has announced a partnership with Spotify to serve as exclusive sponsor of the club’s 2020 Portfolio Night All-Stars program.
Sappi North America, Inc. has named 2019 recipients of its annual Ideas that Matter grant program. Celebrating its 20th year, the program provides funding to support the production and distribution of social impact print projects with integrated campaigns.
PRINT® 19, slated for October 3-5 at Chicago’s McCormick Place North. Registration is now open for the industry’s most comprehensive and longest running event, and Nicholas Thompson, editor-in-chief of Wired, will set the tone with a keynote address.
Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die: Punk Graphics, 1976–1986 is on exhibit through August at the Museum of Arts and Design in NYC. It originated at the Cranbrook Art Museum and features promotional graphics by Malcolm Garrett and Peter Saville.
Lisa Strausfield will be at MICA for two days in March as the Wm. O. Steinmetz ’50 Designer-in-Residence, starting with a public lecture on March 11 at 7 pm.
Jan Tschichold and the New Typography: Graphic Design Between the World Wars is a Bard Graduate Center Focus Project on view now through July 7.