In this excerpt from her book Design Funny, Heather Bradley presents 3 reasons to strategically incorporate humor into your design work.
In his new book, Type Teams, Tony Seddon identifies the best way to combine typefaces based on the messages each pairing conveys.
Are you busy creating here and now? Learn from the latest and greatest names in design at HOW Design Live 2015! A global selection of objects, concepts and spaces for the future In 2010 Core77, the longest running online magazine dedicated to the practitioners and practice of design, decided to stage a juried, international...
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This excerpt from Tony Seddon's Twentieth Century Design explores The International Typographic Style - a graphic design style that covers a twenty year period from the early 50s to the late 60s and remains an important influence today.
Iconic designer and branding guru Debbie Millman is perhaps one of the best known designers in the industry sharing the stage with the likes of Paula Scher, Stefan Sagmeister, Milton Glaser, Seymour Chwast, and more. Her role as the President of Design at Sterling Brands has overseen the branding and rebranding of major companies...
Many people still believe that only certain people are creative and that creativity is a special or elite skill that only some possess. But this misconception is now changing. In recent years more evidence that creativity and creative thinking skills can be taught, learned and practiced has appeared.
For as long as I can remember I’ve had a love affair with street art. From 3-D chalk art paintings to the graffiti that litters the sides of rail cars and abandoned buildings all over Cincinnati to beautiful Banksy-esque street art. In fact, I love Banksy so much that I have a number of...
Web expert Chris Butler gives website prototyping advice for exploring the user experience by building a working model before designing your actual website.
Design school teaches us a lot, but there are still lessons to learn. Phil Cleaver’s witty, new, self-designed book explores just what we've missed!