As AIGA, the oldest U.S. design organization, celebrates its centennial year, it's an opportunity to relish its past as well as ponder its future.
In the wake of the closure of ADCMW, the DC Creative Guild is seeking to fill a key void on the Washington DC design landscape.
My colleague Gail Anderson has what she's calling "My little dog and pony show" at Farmingdale State University. It's up now through the end of March. Learn more about this event and a type conference.
After being razzed by an art director for spending way too much time on a project, designer/author Jim Krause learned a lesson: sometimes, you just gotta get work done.
Get the latest design news, as Steven Heller explores the opening of Canadian artist Gary Taxali's solo exhibition at Jonathan LeVine Gallery and regular contributor Paul Shaw's newest book Philip Grushkin: A Designer's Archive.
The Left Front: Radical Art in the “Red Decade,” 1929–1940 art exhibition seeks to find the relationship between activism and art and determine what revolutionary art practices are happening now in Chicago, the United States and worldwide. Learn more about this current design exhibition.
HOW Leadership Conference speaker Michael Donovan reflects on his influential design career including work with the Vignellis and the Eamses.
Have trouble being creative under the gun? This workshop helps foster inspiration by teaching designers how to make mistakes on purpose. “Here’s what to do when it’s too late to go walking in the woods, get burrs stuck in your pants and invent Velcro all over again.” So explained Laurie Rosenwald last Thursday evening...
Nancye Green's design career is notable not just because of her award-winning creative output, but because of her path from agency to executive suite. She talks about creating a purposeful career.
Boston-based design-firm principal Rochelle Seltzer sold her studio to focus on coaching creative pros. She says design events are key to fueling creativity.