Designers Roberto Blake and Jim Krause are on to something. They both passionately pursue photography as a side to their graphic design projects, and they advocate for other designers to pursue it as well. In fact, in Krause’s online course, Creative Exercises for Designers, he instructs students to experiment with photography as a way to...
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Microcontent is the new buzzword in the design and marketing circles. But what exactly is it? For the context of design, it’s short, concise visuals primarily used for social media marketing that delivers a call-to-action or a noteworthy fact. Lemonly, a visual design firm based in South Dakota, creates engaging microcontent all the time...
Since we resided in caves, we relied on symbols and imagery to communicate. We still depend on visuals to quickly transmit information, however, instead of painting on hard, dusty cave walls we are now communicating information through data visualizations and infographics. HOW Design University would like to help artists design beautiful infographics for the...
Design leaders Sagi Haviv, Mona Patel and Magnus Berg—judges of the 2016 HOW International Design Awards—each share three quick design tips.
David and Nancy Deal of Deal Design Group present the first in their series of essential packaging design strategies.
Facing an important presentation, a job interview or a design project on a tight deadline? With these ten tips, Robin Landa explains how to perform under pressure without choking.
Aardman Nathan Love, arguably one of the top animation studios in the world, reveals how their team builds memorable animated characters.
Logo design expert Bill Gardner shares what it took to build LogoLounge , the leading resource for logo design trends.
An artist, community leader and icon of the creative world, Timothy Goodman pushes the limits of what being a designer means.