Amber Ruffin will give the keynote address at the 11th edition of the One Club’s Where Are All The Black People (WAATBP) diversity conference and career fair, taking place virtually September 29-30.
Summer Studio is a pilot program to introduce inner-city students to graphic design as a profession. DJ Haddad led the course in an effort to spotlight that there is a whole world of high-paying careers that exist for the creatively inclined.
Paul Woods of Edenspiekermann on the future design of gas stations and how the experience must be refreshed from the ground up in order for them to remain relevant and profitable.
Andy Askren of Grady Britton: As companies get so few chances to encourage consumers to make brand changes, now is the time for a Big Idea designed to get their attention.
DJ Haddad, graphic designer and successful entrepreneur two-times over, recounts the story about what motivated him to start his own agency.
What does a business forecast look like when most of your clients are closed or working part-time? Creative director and business leader David Langton suggests it’s time to listen to improv comedians who do this all the time.
Legendary designer Thomas Hull, of Rigsby Hull and a professor at SCAD, on the need to pivot, jam or riff in these times of unpredictability.
Graphic designer Craig Black on the keys to business survival and mental well-being during the coronavirus crisis.
The point of a website is to make it easy and rewarding for people to engage with your brand, not to wow them with innovation for innovation’s sake.
Level Group has designed a website for Express Newark that invites and promotes collaboration between the Newark and Rutgers University communities.
A glimpse into what it is like to be a student at The Academy of Art University and its School of Motion Pictures & Television.
The Pantone Color Institute has partnered with WeddingWire to deliver inspirational palettes for wedding planning.
Adobe’s new UX Designers to Watch program, in its inaugural list, is spotlighting ten UX designers who are still relatively early in their careers, but already pushing the profession’s boundaries.
Sean Loose, an illustrator for Indeed.com and an appreciative SCAD graduate, has created illustrations that are the face of this year’s U.S. Open.
SJR recently designed and built a Time Machine to deconstruct the modern relationship between man and screen. Instead of snacks or drinks, it vends moments of time and experience.