GoFundMe is taking a more sensitive approach to grief, with a new design flow for those organizing fundraisers for funeral and memorial costs that reframes the experience to feel more personal and less transactional.
A collection of work published by Counterprint focuses on how designers can be heard above the noise with an emphasis on typography.
Wolff Olins, Tide, Diageo, Zaha Hadid Architects, and Pentagram join forces with Future London Academy to deliver 2021’s Executive Program for Design Leaders.
Andy Ruiz has rejoined Jovenville as their new creative director. In this role, he will work closely with founder Joven Orozco and oversee the agency’s creative direction and strategy. “We are thrilled to welcome Andy back after being away for a while,” said Orozco.
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.
Big Data, Big Design provides designers with the tools they need to harness the potential of machine learning and put it to good use through thoughtful, human-centered, intentional design.
The Goldstein Group created a balancing act for Poland’s Aleric Spray as it moves from Rx to OTC, i.e, compliance with EU regulations and a consumer-centric design strategy.
Pantone reveals Color of the Year 2021: Ultimate Gray and Illuminating, two independent colors that come together to convey a message of strength and hopefulness that is both enduring and uplifting.
In this mercurial moment, how are designers pivoting to meet the changing world head-on? Neenah explores that question in Rethink Everything, an editorial promotion designed by Design Army, that tells the stories of six creative pioneers taking on the challenge.
Designers expect that the pandemic pause will permanently change where and how – and perhaps why – they work.
Designers are hopeful, even confident, about the long term value and viability of the graphic design business.
Respondents believe that, once the coronavirus crisis recedes, traditional modes and materials will have a renaissance.
Duke Greenhill of Savannah College of Art & Design on how the institution is redefining virtual learning and its students are reimagining design during the global pandemic.
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