HOW Design Live showcases nearly 100 expert speakers (including Seth Godin, Maria Popova and Daniel Pink). But the most important person you meet at this year's design conference may be the person sitting next to you.
The Regional Design Awards has held a unique place in the market for 33 years as its presentation of winners acts as a geographic snapshot of graphic design in the U.S. View the art from the 2013 RDA's section openers — a collaboration between Debbie Millman and Maria Popova.
A client with layers of approval. A high-profile design project with a lot of business at stake. An audience that will turn a keen eye on your work. The Dieline's Andrew Gibbs talks about designing the identity for the country's biggest design conference.
From Debbie Millman's interview on Designer+Books to North Korea's recent Photoshop to Stefan Sagmeister's "Touch Someone's Heart" class to a call for applications, this Weekend Heller has your latest design news.
Debbie Millman has partnered with HOW Design Live to bring you the HOW Leadership Conference. Get the allstar lineup of speakers and 6 BIG reasons to attend!
Debbie Millman recently sat down with us and shared some deeper insight into the work and emotion behind her new book of visual essays, Self Portrait As Your Traitor, as well as a sneak peek in to her creative process and how she keeps that childlike inspiration alive!
We’re beyond thrilled that Debbie Millman has agreed to design the cover for the RDA this year! Print Magazine (www.printmag.com) is pleased to announce that Debbie Millman (http://debbiemillman.com/ @debbiemillman) will be designing the cover of its Regional Design Annual issue which is scheduled to be released in November of this year. The Regional Design Annual,...
In her latest illustrated essay, Debbie Millman ponders the idea of numerical love for Valentine’s Day. For more visual essays by Debbie Millman, check out her book Look Both Ways.
The first Designers & Books Fair (at FIT in NYC)—produced by Designers & Books and its founder, Steve Kroeter—went off this past weekend with only one hitch: Hurricane Sandy. Well, partly. The organizers had to end the fair a few hours early, before the city shut down subway service. Sadly, the conversation between Richard...
This week and next, we’re asking the judges of the Print Portfolio Review to tell us about their portfolios—specifically their first portfolios, and how they helped or hindered their early careers. Yesterday, Mirko Ilić told us about the “big paper salad” he brought to New York City in 1986. Today, Debbie Millman writes about...