Justin Ahrens and a few friends with Wheels4Water use their design skills—and a whole lot more—to help clients working for social change.
If you want to build a creative culture, you begin with the people. But how do you find the right people—the truly creative?
In honor of the International Design Awards, we explore the work being created by today's designers and firms in Italy. Scroll on for some gorgeous Italian graphic design.
A conceptual artist and designer, Matthew Senna's cultural objects are created with the intention of sparking thought, raising awareness of cultural issues and inspiring personal growth.
From Banana Slugs to Shockers, let the oddity of these college sports logos & mascots commence.
For this July 4, declare independence from five practices that can chain down creativity and stamp out ideas.
HOW catches up with mono, a standout among today's creative agencies, to see what advances their simplicity-based approach has allowed them to make.
The use of Flash has seen a decline for years, especially with the advent of HTML5 and with iPhone’s refusal to support Flash-built products. Google’s announcement that as of June 30, 2016, they will stop selling ad space for Flash-built ads might be Flash’s final death blow. While we’ve seen this coming for a while,...
Special Advertising Note: The following sponsored content is brought to you courtesy of Monotype, one of HOW’s trusted partners. Quality typography is no small task. Designers have to track down the right font for the right project, as well as typefaces that pair well together. Once they start setting their type, they must consider...
I’ve been consumed with gathering all the branding tips I can. My hyperfocus on everything branding might be a little obsessive at the moment, but that’s because I’m reevaluating my own personal brand. Plus, it’s always beneficial to be informed of the best branding practices. In the process of devouring all the branding information, I...