Color is powerful, and Shutterstock has created another innovative way to tap that power. Meet Palette, your new best friend for exploring images by color.
The 2014 HOW Design Salary Survey shows creative paychecks getting fatter—and the design job market heating back up.
Graphic Designer Doug Hucker was a winner in the 2012 HOW Logo Design Awards for his cool logo design—but what’s he up to now?
Your website can have the world’s most awesome content. But if you’re not giving readers a next step—what’s the point? For a website to work (funnel ideal clients and projects, weed out tire-kickers, gather info and save you time)—it’s got to ask something of your visitors and encourage a next step. But not all...
Daniel Johnston, design partner at Lippincott, explains what the best design schools have in common and a quality design education should provide -- along with what it can do for job candidates.
Illustrator/designer Greg Pizzoli pulls back the curtain on children's book publishing, a part of the industry where a precious few manage to make it.
Flying Hand Studio was a winner in the 2012 HOW Logo Design Awards for their cool logo design—but where are they now?
Monotype's Jim Ford talks type design with Bill Davis revealing how his Quire Sans typeface, designed for all media, was ten years in the making.
As Jerry Seinfeld once pointed out, most people consider public speaking their greatest fear, which means that if you go to a funeral, you’d rather be in the casket than deliver the eulogy. But if you find the right audience, hone your message, and spend plenty of time preparing, you can avoid a fate worse...
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.