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.
Brendan Murphy of Lippincott explores the changing role of color in modern branding.
Sponsored: Inspiration can strike anywhere, any time. Thanks to Adobe Shape CC and Creative Cloud Libraries, you can capture them with your mobile device.
HOW Design Live—in Chicago this May 4 – 8—is all about collective wisdom shared. From speakers sharing their expertise with attendees to attendees sharing theirs with one another. That’s why we’ve compiled 101 Inspiring Ideas for Creative Professionals in Design, Branding & Marketing, an exclusive free e-book featuring words of wisdom from a selection...
Author and photographer Hank O’Neal shares here the fascinating story of one of unsung hero Paul Bacon’s last dust jackets.
Rafael Van Winkel explores movie poster design examples in which designers took common typography trends to the next level.
Andrew Seymour of Pinksheep Printing details three print collateral options for your next promotional project.
What makes a funny design funny? Learn how to think like a comedian & solve like a designer in this excerpt from Design Funny.
Steve Matteson, Creative Type Director for Monotype, explores the most significant change in the evolution of typography since Gutenberg: Type 3.0.
Scott-Martin Kosofsky creates specific type for each project he works on, which has resulted in successful design for many years.