HOW Design Live descended upon Boston this week for the fourth time. Explore what to do, see and eat in Boston after conference sessions end for the day.
Jenny Poff, organizer of the Designers Roundtable group, says it's essential to set goals and make a plan for what you want to get out of a design conference.
HOW speaker Douglas Davis understands the delicate balance of creative talent and business know-how, and he's bringing his strategies to share with you at HOW Design Live.
Alex Blake and Andy Kurtts, the in-house design team at The Fresh Market, will be at The Dieline Conference to talk about their best—and worst—projects.
Identity designer, logo design expert and HOW Design Conference speaker Bill Gardner is a collector of sorts, and he's inspired by designs and objects that have a story to tell.
From type and food trucks to diners and jukeboxes, you never know where the inspiration for your next project lies. Blurb books help designers explore design around us.
Andrew Gibbs, program chair of The Dieline Conference on package design, shares his must-attend sessions (and Boston food picks) for HOW Design Live 2014.
With all its graffiti art, New York City itself is a canvas. A new exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York celebrates this eccentric art form.
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.
HOW Design Live is known for hosting top speakers who are friendly and approachable. This year's lineup includes new-to-HOW presenters and favorites back by popular demand.