Churning out one design after another isn’t the only way to prove to your current clients & prospective clients that you know what you’re doing.
Are you using social media for sharing selfies, pet pictures, meal photos, and vacation happenings? What about for promotion of your work, your brand?
In 2001, Rachel Martin left the advertising world with the intention of making a positive impact. Learn about her efforts to make an environmental impact…
Adam Ladd has worked in branding, art direction, and magazine layout, and along the way, he happened to see and use type—a lot. Having been the art director and designer for both HOW and Print magazines, you've probably seen his work, especially if you were a regular reader of those two publications.
The founders of Future Fonts share their insights about typography, their thoughts on starting Future Fonts, and what the future of type and type design could look like.
Hallie Bateman's work has been published by The New Yorker, The New York Times, Buzzfeed and more. And though she never had formal training in illustration, she received powerful advice to "draw every day"—and since she began illustration she's done just that, becoming a prolific artist who knows no bounds.
Whether you’re a freelancer or an in-house designer, or at a studio or agency, you’ll probably have to rebrand at least once, performing surgery on yourself. Here, industry experts explore rebranding strategy when it comes to your own design business.
Friendly and puffy, meet Buffy, "the world's most comfortable comforter." With a playful brand identity created by Natasha Jen's team at Pentagram, Buffy looks—and feels—comfy. It's a fresh take on bedding brand identity, so unique, so different that you might not know what to make of it.
Feast your eyes on a sampling of the work that has informed, provoked and inspired the graphic design industry since the first issue of HOW rolled off the press.
Are you an introvert or extrovert? Do you work best alone or in a group? Your personality traits and personality type might say something about your creative personality, and how you approach your design work. It might also say something about the kind of leader you are—or the kind of leader you could be.