Betty Hatchett Design was a winner in the 2012 HOW Logo Design Awards for cool logo designs—but what's Hatchett doing now?
Rub elbows with the greatest names in web design and get all of the latest tools and tips for online branding and creative strategy in web design at the HOW Interactive Design Conference. The following piece on online branding is an excerpt from the first lesson of Dave Holston’s HOW Design University course, Managing...
Here’s an email newsletter I got today from CFC-veteran and copywriter, Conrad Winter (a.k.a. The Backpocket Copywriter) — just had to pass it along! Dear Ilise, It used to drive me crazy when clients would tell me, “I showed your ideas to my spouse, and…” Or “Let me get back to you, I...
The Heads of State, a Philly-based design firm, isn't just invigorating its locale design scene. This small firm is creating buzz across the U.S.
Get HOW Logo Design Competition & Awards judge Dave Gouveia's expert opinion on what makes great logo design.
Take a closer look at the new open source font family from Adobe and Google: Source Han Sans. This typeface supports Japanese, Chinese and Korean alphabets.
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...