Our American Inhouse Design Awards™ is the original and premier showcase for excellence at corporations, non-profits and institutions. The competition is sponsored by Robert Half Talent Solutions. Deadline: June 10.
Enter the 22nd annual GDUSA | American Digital Design Awards™. The contest formerly known as ‘Web Design’ takes a broad perspective on the power design for only and interactive experiences: websites, social media, email marketing, apps, motion graphics and more.
Parsons’ Core Creative Agency is celebrating its 50th anniversary. This in-house design department looks back and looks forward as it continues to express and protect the essence of the brand, product, and mission.
Brand decision makers and designers alike are all working towards a common goal — create memorable moments to drive brand loyalty.
We present our 58th American Graphic Design Awards Annual. The 700+ pieces showcased — and their creators — are among the best and brightest – and most resilient – of our community.
Global design studio Mucho launched a new brand identity for VISA. Aiming to shift perceptions of the company as all about credit cards, the designers position the brand as “infrastructure that moves a payment from point A to point B.”
The NFL San Francisco 49ers celebrate their 75th anniversary with a commemorative logo and patch by Art Director Aaron Llavore and his inhouse creative team.
Proactively designed by Joe Rosza of Site 14 with expansion in mind, Shale Brewing Company has a new logo that is modern but retains the brand’s signature orange color.
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.
GDUSA’s 2020 American Inhouse Design Awards is the original and premier showcase for outstanding work by inhouse creative professionals.
Gordon Kaye a publisher and lawyer. Here are some thoughts on vision and values as reflected in the 56th anniversary GDUSA Design Annual.
C&G Partners designed the Hunt for Bin Laden exhibit at the September 11 National Museum; it unfolds as a (horrific) crime story.