The Print Regional Design Annual is the most comprehensive graphic design competition in the United States, and it’s the only competition that organizes work by geography. The competition recognizes projects of all kinds, from packaging designs to 3D projects to interactive design and self-promotion projects. Winners are chose by judges who are preeminent leaders...
Interaction design expert Scott Stroud explores questions surrounding humans, devices, relationships and love in the wake of Spike Jonze's thought-provoking film, Her.
The Museum of Modern Art goes mobile with MoMA Audio+, a new interactive platform to enhance visitors' museum experience.
Print Mag's sister brand HOW brings you a stand out web design event. Led by an all-star cast of interactive pros, this event is completely designer-focused to bring you up to speed as your needs (and the industry) evolves!
Bing moves beyond web page queries to service the most up-to-date search processes of 2013. Get the story behind this major update, including UX and a complete visual identity redesign.
Take some much-needed time away from your cubicle at the 2013 HOW Interactive Design Conference in Chicago, November 5-7. Register now to see James Victore in full force, and get that motivational shot-in-the-arm you’ve been looking for!
Made in Italy isn’t just a tagline for the two principals of Bluestepstudio; it’s a philosophy, a standard for their work. FInd out how this multidisciplinary design studio specializing in digital identity and communication, fit their own site redesign in-between global fashion and lifestyle projects.
She's a hopeless romantic in search of love while he is a serial dater who is well aware of his inability to commit. Designers Jessica Walsh & Timothy Goodman embark into dangerous territory — dating — and will document it all with art.
In The New World of the Web, Thinking is Doing. We live in the last days of the text box. By which I mean the plain, four-cornered box that appears in your web browser and allows you to enter a line or two of text. Four corners and a single font: That’s all a...
Stan Mack’s “Real Life Funnies” strip, created in the mid-1970s for the “Village Voice,” presaged the documentary comics of artists such as Art Spiegelman and Joe Sacco. And now it appears that his Print feature from 17 years ago also anticipated today’s digital communications environment. Here’s Mack’s personal, behind-the-scenes details about one such story....