Designer of the Week Tim Ruffle is an animator and director at Aardman Animations, the Academy Award-winning studio that created Wallace and Gromit and Shaun the Sheep.
Humbly labeling his upbringing and early adult years as average, Brian Singer’s accomplishments as a designer are anything but. His transition from a shiftless teenager to an bold design leader started during his college years. Let’s dig into his transformative journey from average kid to a design brand manager at Pinterest: A Student with a...
Nathaniel Axios on the importance of mentorship in design, staying relevant as a designer and what to do when you're feeling "stuck."
Designer of the Week Kristian Andersen is a co-founder and partner at High Alpha, a venture studio that conceives, launches and scales enterprise technology companies. He also founded Studio Science, a leading design and innovation consultancy that works with high-growth technology companies, as well as several other venture funds and startups. Read on to find...
New Visual Artist Daniel Fishel talks about his experiences as a student, freelance illustrator and cat lover.
Jacob Escobedo has been with Cartoon Network & Adult Swim since 1999. Read about his dream projects, most challenging work & best advice for designers.
Designer of the Week Liz Blazer is a master when it comes to the animated documentary—and is committed to challenging our perceptions.
Designer of the Week Maurice Cherry has something to say. He delivers much of his message through his passion projects—which include notable projects like the Black Weblog Awards, Revision Path and 28 Days of the Web—and he’ll be saying more (in person!) at HOW Design Live 2016 in Atlanta. There, he’ll deliver a session called “Where Are The...
Meet Designer of the Week Brian Lucid, a designer focused on building human-centered products, systems, and services. Catch him at HDL 2016 in Atlanta!
Megan Sundquist's beautiful print projects will inspire fellow creatives, and her outlook on life is sure to do the same.