Our 58th annual showcase – sponsored by Verso Corporation – presents 700+ projects that reflect the many ways in which design shapes commerce and culture. And, at its best, communicates the essence of what a thing is.
To reflect both OpenWeb’s evolution and its mission to fuel relationships between publishers, audiences, and advertisers through healthy online conversation, COLLINS was invited to drive not just a rebranding, but a full-on reimagination of the brand.
Landor & Fitch appoints Jane Bloomfield as Global Chief Marketing Officer. Bloomfield develops new business, marketing, and communication strategies, oversees the global Marcoms team and PR agency relationship, and fosters collaboration across the firm’s 1200 people in 19 studios.
How can a new brewing company stand out from the crowd? A fresh typographic approach from Pentagram partner Dominic Lippa.
Trollbäck+Company has rebranded digital wealth management platform Betterment, positioning the fintech company as a pioneer for inclusivity and forward-thinkers. The logo evokes a path, a sunrise, and a sense of progress.
League One Volleyball (LOVB) serves up a brand meant to encapsulate the grace and grit of its athletes. The creative was led by Patrick Cox, LOVB Creative Director and designer of the 2012 Olympic logo, and league CEO Katlyn Gao.
A new design for Fox Sports basketball coverage features a court that deconstructs into a swirling series of colored floor planks infused with glowing lines. The elements flow through a virtual arena, wrap around logos, and are transition and bumper elements.
ROOK/NYC created a brand identity and packaging design refresh that simplifies and amplifies the message that Live Clean is about natural and plant-based ingredients.
Responsible Designers To Watch recognizes that creative professionals are embracing responsibility writ large in terms of how, when, why, and for whom they work.
Our annual Responsible Designers To Watch story — aka “designing for good” — recognizes that creative professionals are taking control and ownership of how, why, where and for whom they work.