The 2022 showcase stands among our largest ever and against the backdrop of accelerating packaging industry growth. More than 330 winning projects and campaigns from talented design firms, agencies, inhouse departments and more.
Commencing June 10, Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum will present “Designing Peace,” an exhibition exploring the unique role design can play in pursuing peace.
Kevin Grady is a Senior Partner in design at Lippincott, a global creative consultancy, where he spearheads programs out of the San Francisco office. He contends that motion design is the future of branding.
Investors have the ability to join growing Biotech & Eco Packaging sectors with the announcement of Univenture’s funding round on investment platform WeFunder.
Cuidem Barcelona is a new brand for Barcelona’s maintenance and cleaning service created by the agency Folch. The branding appeals to concepts including inclusiveness, empathy and citizen responsibility for a greener city.
Alan Reuter of MCD Partners on three ways the creative workflow is making the design and development process more team-oriented and collaborative.
Heritage of Pride, a nonprofit that plans and produces NYC’s official LGBTQIA+ Pride events, reveals a new brand identity by Lippincott that reinforces a commitment to uplift the community.
Maria Nicanor, executive director of the Rice Design Alliance (RDA) at Rice University’s School of Architecture, has been named the director of Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, effective March 21.
Why is there still a certain snobbishness about ‘commercial work’ and a squeamishness about the business side of the industry?
Debbie Millman has written a new book based on her award-winning podcast. ‘WHY DESIGN MATTERS: Conversations with the World’s Most Creative People’ is available for pre-order now.
Independent creative agency Walrus has named Jeff Hale its first Head of Design. In his new role, Hale will oversee Walrus’s design output across both the agency’s full-service and design-only clients.
Anheuser-Busch recently introduced a new global company purpose and, with it, a new visual identity developed by Prophet.
Natalie Suarez, senior brand manager, Coke Choice Portfolio: ‘We wanted to modernize and simplify the look of our packaging to help consumers find the flavor they’re looking for on the shelf through a colorful but clean packaging design.’
Our 58th annual showcase – sponsored by Verso Corporation – presents 700+ projects that reflect the many ways in which graphic design and visual communication shapes commerce and culture.
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.”
Elephant, an IPG creative agency, has produced a new brand identity and website for All-Star Code, an organization that empowers young men of color to achieve financial independence and social mobility via the power of code.
Thoughts from Rachel Zorel of 7 Layer Studio on how business leaders must redefine the ‘Work/Life Balance’ in the pandemic landscape. ‘Have your cake and eat it too!’ is about taking control of your schedules and respecting the precious resource of time.
Zero has partnered with two of the cannabis industry’s founders, Dosist’s Matt Seashols and Sunday Goods’ Randy Smith, to launch cannabis company Studio. After years of serving cannabis companies, Studio marks Zero’s transition to becoming equity partners in a cannabis venture – offering a family of creative cannabis brands that prioritize education, accessibility and reliability. […]
Paul Flaharty of Robert Half on how to ace an internal transfer, be it a move to a new department or managerial position. Paul is executive director of the marketing and creative practice at the global talent solutions firm.
Shutterstock has released its annual Color Trends Report. By analyzing millions of image downloads and pixel data, the report identifies the three most rapidly-growing colors, as well as trending favorites in twenty countries around the globe.
Diane Domeyer of Robert Half explains why, while you can’t control the red hot hiring market, you can tailor your recruitment strategy to the current landscpae and make your firm attractive to talented candidates.
Responsible Designers To Watch recognizes that creative professionals are embracing responsibility writ large in terms of how, when, why, and for whom they work.
The San Francisco 49ers are engaged in a campaign to celebrate Latinx Heritage Month. The celebration includes Latinx fan feature videos, new Spotify playlists with Bay Area Latinx artists – and artwork by a 49ers employee Emilio Cortez from outside the team’s inhouse creative team.
VSA Partners has led the brand transformation of AMRI, a leading contract drug manufacturing organization, emphasizing its ability to take drug development “from curiosity to cure.”
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.