Don't you pine for the days when branding was just simply and irresistibly...logo-based? Well, leap into the nostalgia with these.
Paul Shaw investigates the history of both justified and flush left, rag right settings, and takes a look at contemporary hyphenation practices—and issues like the modern-day design allergy to hyphens.
Medical marijuana packaging is a new frontier. And Jeff Johnson, founder, owner and designer of Replace in Minneapolis, has just completed a brand and packaging system for Vireo cannabis products.
Student designs allows us to peek into the future and get an idea of how our world will look once they start entering the design field full-time. What better way to get started as a real graphic designer than by winning one of the industry's most prestigious titles: a Regional Design Award.
J.J. Sedelmaier partners with Peter Paeth to bring you this extensively researched article about commercial artist Louis Paeth, whose career serves as a wonderful example of how many illustrators and designers navigated the world of commercial art during much of the 20th century.
These days, logos—even those in the world of corporate identity—are designed to expand and contract, wink, blink, dance and burst forth in animated glory. Have a look at four of the most lively, interesting examples of logo animation created in the past year.
What does it take for me—or anyone who commissions design and illustration—to actually open an envelope these days?
The Behance portfolio site is celebrating its 10th anniversary. Meet the designer of the fourth most appreciated post in Behance history—a resume template that went viral.
WhatTheFont isn't the first of its kind, but it's receiving high praises from the design community.
Waterhouse Cifuentes Design has a fresh take on the design system behind MTA Planned Work, a system that was previously ad hoc at best.