Most design—arguably all of it—isn’t created to be the actual or final experience. It is instead an experience designed to direct us to another experience yet to come.
Two concurrent exhibits at the Binghamton University Art Museum feature the fine art of design icon Milton Glaser.
Pulp is the "quarterly journal of people and paper," published for customers and clients of the Italian paper company Fedrigoni.
Author and illustrator John Roman presents a designer’s, art director’s and illustrator’s cost-guide to pricing illustrations.
Kenzo Mayama Kramarz's "The First One Hundred Tweets" is one of the flurry of Trump-related responses interpreting and commenting on the character's characters.
Explore the National Design Centre in Singapore and an exhibit that celebrates Singaporean designers’ innovations in visual communications.
As our attraction to designing “fast” extends from physical products to digital brand experiences, the perception of speed sits at the center of strategy.
Lucian Bernhard designed Fonotyp to be a practical typographic writing system to spell English words phonetically.
Take a look at Pum Lefebure's Manifesto—a shot of the creative director's kickass advice and overall killer style.
Through his interpretations of media and typography, Marshall McLuhan predicted much of today's political world.