At HOW Design Live, Emily Cohen will give you the permission—and the power—to say no. Strategically, in the right ways, when it makes the most sense. Here, we talk to Cohen about the art of saying no.
In the latest HOW Design Live podcast episode, Ilise Benun talks with information designer, Giorgia Lupi, about how she makes data more humane and uses data to become more human. Come hear more from Giorgia in her keynote at HOW Design Live 2018 in Boston, April 30-May 3. Details at howdesignlive.com.
Just announced: Susan Cain, who made the case for introversion in her widely watched 2012 TED Talk, will be the opening keynote presenter at HOW Design Live in Boston.
In the latest HOW Design Live podcast episode, Ilise Benun talks with Stephen Gates, Head of Design at Citi, about what in house creatives need to know about business and the connection between the #MeToo movement and design in the corporate environment.
For the past several years, Stefan Mumaw has helped designers like you network at HOW Design Live in the most comfortable, authentic way. As we near the early-bird deadline to register (March 15!), we chat with Mumaw about the power of those HOW connections.
There’s a box that creative professionals lock themselves into, and in-house designers may be especially susceptible to this. Luckily, a series of sessions at HOW Design Live aims to help you break out of any self-imposed boxes.
In the latest HOW Design Live podcast episode, Ilise Benun talks with Ben Callahan, President of Sparkbox, about how his team collaborated with the internal teams at Gap to build Stitch, Gap's design system.
In the latest HOW Design Live podcast episode, Ilise Benun talks with Dorie Clark, author, speaker and professor at Duke University’s business school, about how to develop a “portfolio career” with multiple income streams and much more.
You may not yet know creative visionaries Stephanie Pereira, Reginé Gilbert, Jacquelyn De Jesu and Devin O’Bryan, but they're ready to inspire you at HOW Design Live 2018 in Boston.
What happens when you illuminate a city with interactive art installations? Cincinnati found out: Everyone comes to see it.