If you’ve seen Sean Adams at design functions, you’ll recall a bright and friendly guy who makes grinning 1960s-era stewardesses seem positively dour by comparison. In fact, in a behind-the-scenes story about my Imprint coverage of an event last year I noted, “Throughout AIGA National’s Pivot conference, none of the on-stage staff smiled anywhere...
Color-fans: Today we try something new. Eager to invite folks into the color conversation, I asked Tom Biederbeck, editor of the excellent blog on print design Felt and Wire, to share some views. Tom suggested we put the question to past-master of the gloriously colorful: Sean Adams of AdamsMorioka. Sean and I both wrote...
Discover the words and work of the brilliant Noreen Morioka, Far West judge of this year's Regional Design Annual.
Print's Regional Design Annual—the most popular issue of the year, bringing you a comprehensive survey of graphic design in the U.S—is finally here.
Print's 2014 Regional Design Annual is here! The RDA showcases the very best work of 2014 from all corners of the United States.
AIGA celebrates its centennial year with an exquisite exhibition at Museum of Design Atlanta culled from the organization’s archives. Find out more about this historic assemblage.
HOW Design Live fan favorite and typographer extraordinaire Allan Haley reveals his most influential mentor, talks AIGA centennial and dishes on why typography is indeed art.
As AIGA, the oldest U.S. design organization, celebrates its centennial year, it's an opportunity to relish its past as well as ponder its future.
Explore the new MA: SVA MA Design Research, Writing & Criticism and learn about the 2014 AIGA Medal winners (the highest honor of the design profession).
Everyone loves a good story, and I, for one, find that designers are full of intriguing tales. If you’re addicted to beautifully-written, inspiring stories and design books, check out Graphic Content: True Stories from Top Creatives by Brian Singer. Graphic Content is a collection of true, first-hand experiences that shaped more than 50 of...