This article was originally featured in Print’s Fall 2015 Issue, the Text Issue. Find it in MyDesignShop. Contributed by Zoe Mendelson Decoding the failed set of vector files we don’t want to admit we use every day. The BBC recently called emoji the UK’s fastest-growing language. But is emoji a language? Language hinges on...
Identifying your target audience is a key step in establishing a strong foothold in the marketplace. Branding expert Carolina Rogoll shares her vast knowledge on all-star branding in her online course, Brand Building 101: How to Build, Manage and Market a Brand.The following course excerpt dives into the process of defining a brand’s target...
by Jon Mowat The methods for marketing cars have changed dramatically over the past 120 years. It all began with very simple black and white adverts, produced soon after motor vehicles were invented. These days, we’re bombarded from all angles with slick videos, flashy print ads and more online content than we could ever possibly...
The team behind Pressing On: The Letterpress Film talks with "hot metal typesetting junkie" Jim Daggs.
Joking with Death: Learn about Mexico's Day of the Dead cultural art—from sugar skull design to political satire. Article written by Susan N. Masuoka.
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Erin Beckloff checks in for the next installment of her series on Pressing On: The Letterpress Film.
Design has gone soft on storytelling. We need a stronger definition that embraces conflict and narrative potential—a clear purpose and direction for design.
Nadja Sayej reports from the 31st Biennial of Graphic Arts, an international graphic arts show.