Author Archives: Jessica Kuhn

About Jessica Kuhn

As editor of HOW + Print, Jessica has learned that designers are some of the most interesting, fun-loving and innovative people around. She sees stunning work all day long and is surrounded by creative energy from the readers, whether she’s perusing Twitter, at HOW Design Live, or looking at HOW Competition winners. This inspiration encourages her to pursue her own passions. Part of that passion is writing about creatives who are Designing Change.

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What I Love Most About #HOWLive

I know, I work for HOW, so of course I want you to come to HOW Design Live. Let me give you the real story about #HOWLive and how it has shaped my career and recharged my creative battery when I needed it most.

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Take HOW’s Design Salary Survey

Admit it: You're curious to know how your paycheck compares to those of your design colleagues in similar positions. HOW's 2014 Design Salary Report will have all the answers, but we need your help!

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Russian Law Sparks Outcry

Talk surrounding the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, has been abnormally heated. See how illustrators are responding to a Russian bill that’s viewed by many as discriminatory.

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CoSign Cincy Leverages Design to Enhance Neighborhoods

Eleven business owners in a Cincinnati neighborhood unveil new signage, thanks to CoSign Cincy. The venture, chiefly funded by a grant opportunity, pairs artists, local business owners and professional fabricators to design and install new signage with a goal to help transform neighborhoods into commerce destinations.

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Supercharge Your In-house Team Online Q&A Opportunity

Thanks to everyone who attended yesterday’s live design tutorial with creative director & InHOWse editorial council member, Ed Roberts! We’d like to continue the conversation here and answer any questions that you might still have about how you can supercharge YOUR in-house team in a follow-up post. Enter your question below in the “comments”...