Scott Kirkwood gives us an inside look at the NPCA's recent project to attract new audiences to the parks, inviting them to share in remembering important stories from America's past.
HOW's International Design Awards invites graphic & web designers from around the globe to enter their work into this prestigious design competition, showcasing 300+ projects from numerous countries.
Jonathan Harris is producing some mind-blowing sagas. Here’s the tale of how he approaches digital storytelling and sees the future of interactive design.
Neenah Paper’s support is helping the Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum take advantage of its new space to inspire the next generation of designers.
Neltner Small Batch, a design firm nestled in Kentucky, brings a craft beer café to life by nodding to the brewhouse history of Cincinnati.
The Beauty of Letterpress, an online resource that showcases the industry’s most innovative letterpress work that designers can reference for all kinds of inspiring eye candy.
Pop-culture design whiz Andrew Heath gives a deeper look into his awesomely nerdy series—and chats about his process, how to stand out, and much more.
If your work day is anything like mine, it can often feel like you’re trapped in a never-ending game of Life. Projects come in late, contributors struggle to contact sources, the templates are inconsistent and the computer is running slower than molasses. Do not pass go! Do not collect $200! Thankfully, Ryan Martin and...
The older I get, and the longer I work in the graphic design profession, the more I come to realize that “plum jobs”—those projects that one can only dream about—don’t come around every day. This may seem very obvious, but the further one gets from design school—where at times the only creative restriction on...
Professor Austin Shaw and his class at SCAD had the opportunity to work with FOX on the Super Bowl graphics. HOW gives you a behind the scenes look.