by Brad Ferguson It’s the typestyle you either love or love to hate. Everyone has an opinion about Helvetica. Not surprising. It’s everywhere, as ubiquitous as gravity. Or to quote Erik Spiekermann, “you have to breathe, so you have to use Helvetica.” People who may not know much about lettering or graphic design—who may...
Design legend Milton Glaser reflects on his dear friend Massimo Vignelli.
Richard Kegler explores the history and process of digitizing classic wood type.
Type Visionary Aaron Burns didn't like the way the typographic world worked. So, he created his own.
John Siebert highlights the evolution of typography through the ages.
Inside Print’s Celebrating Milton Glaser, A Design Legend Collection, you’ll find a look at Glaser’s personal sources of design inspiration as well as meanderings on other works from Glaser. Editor’s Note: The visual representation of a brand is one of the most fundamental projects a designer can work on, but exceptional identity design can be hard...
Nadja Sayej explores BurnrateBerlin, a postmodern concept shop and a throwback to the Memphis Group, which was founded in Milan in the 1980s.
Did you attend HOW Design Live 2015? If so, you already know it was better than ever! Help us top it at next year’s conference in Atlanta—join us May 19-23, 2016. By Laura Waxmann Celebrating its fourth consecutive year in the Bay Area, TYPO San Francisco provided the creative community with an unique opportunity...
Read commentary on the UK political party logos by Siegel+Gale's London Design Team.
Cities are growing in size and the sprawl is increasing by leaps and bounds. This growth spurt introduces new challenges for businesses and residents as they attempt to navigate a number of dynamics. The result are design trends in Agri-culture, Urban Defense, Augmentality, Conspicuous Isolation and Frugeois.