Sagi Haviv discusses principles of identity design as they manifest in trademarks created for educational institutions.
Meet 5 HOW Design Live speakers we're looking forward to hearing from in May 2016.
In honor of Print’s 75th anniversary, we asked 75 top creatives to design one word: “print.” See the full set of the exclusive designs here.
Sagi Haviv explores the benefits and drawbacks to choosing a wordmark over a symbol in identity design.
Sagi Haviv, partner at Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv, reveals how the firm delicately handles branding that results from a corporate merger or partnership.
Most design firms shy away from creating identities for start-ups. Find out why Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv takes great pride in this type of client work. Plus, meet three entrepreneurs behind such ventures.
When dealing with a legacy identity, even the most incremental change can have a dramatic impact and should be heavily considered. See real-world examples of how design firm Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv has strategically evolved top brands — both subtly and boldly — including one that had a famous mark designed by Saul...
Noted identity designer Sagi Haviv recalls Laurie Anderson's advice, "Don't wait to be asked," as the most influential in his career. Read more about his inspiration.
Sagi Haviv explores his firm's past in pioneering the abstract logo and discusses whether or not to implement abstract concepts. To illustrate his point, he takes you behind the scenes of bold identity projects, such as Conservation International (shown above).
Print‘s 2012 Regional Design Annual is now out in the world. Inside you’ll find the best in American graphic design, as selected by our esteemed judges: Sarah Gephart (MGMT. Design), Sagi Haviv (Chermayeff & Geismar), Nicole Jacek (formerly of Karlssonwilker), Jason Kernevich and Dustin Summers (the Heads of State), Renda Morton (The New York Times),...