As an online complement to Print's Best New Typefaces of 2016, here are seven more fresh faces.
Location, location: How did the Big Apple become the world’s premier design hub—and does it still hold the title?
Since he began working on Saturday Night Live over 25 years ago, Wally Feresten has done cue cards for dozens of shows, 30 Rock, Conan, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Def Comedy Jam, Ink Master, and Project Runway.
Tomorrow’s tech may be something we’ve already seen. But are we finally ready for it...and do we really need it? Future shock and boredom reign in big tech.
Retro design and throwbacks continue to reign in advertising and consumer goods. Find out why nostalgia hooks us - and how new designs leverage the classics.
What is agile design? This Expert Guide excerpt compares waterfall and agile methodologies to reveal why releasing early can be so beneficial to a sound design process.
What does it mean to be a "lean" designer? Find out how to operate with more efficiency, minimal waste and improved workflow.
Vines and animated GIFs aren’t just for top 10 lists and witty comebacks. Artists and brands are taking short motion media to the next level to create, play and advertise. In this excerpt from the June issue of Print, take a look at why you should pay more attention to them.
Contemporary interactive designers are tapping into the 80s design aesthetic. This means vibrant colors, pixelated imagery and New Wave typography.