Enjoy this roundup of cool book covers by in-house creatives—& if you too are part of an in-house team, enter your work in the In-House Design Awards by 6/5
7 Up set out to create a brand for a better-for-you beverage that would appeal to health-conscious millennials. The result was Lemon Lemon, a global brand and premium sparkling lemonade.
Event platforms require far more than just a logo, and that includes type. Here, Tim Newcomb talks with Bill Frederick, principal and creative director of New Jersey-based Fanbrandz, about custom types for the NHL.
Highly skilled and decidedly diverse, the BBC's in-house creative agency, BBC Creative, is shaking things up.
Tobias van Schneider sees hundreds of design portfolios each month thanks to his work with Semplice, a portfolio builder made by designers for designers. Occasionally, a designer surprises him by using typography in a unique way—to display not only their work, but their personality. These four portfolios do just that.
As we gear up for the deadline of the HOW Promotion & Design Awards, we wanted to share a few examples of the unique and gorgeous types of self promotion designers are creating today. From business cards and augmented reality counterparts to flip books and gif sets, if you're proud of your self promotion,...
One of the best places to look each year for brand identity inspiration is the PRINT Regional Design Awards. In celebration of both today's deadline and yet another year of honoring the country's top talent, we're spotlighting some of the most exemplary brand identity design from last year's RDA.
Matthew Manos first met Maksim Karalevich when he was working with the Strelka Institute in Moscow. They shared a meal at the wonderfully bizarre Дом ученых, which translates to "House of Scientists". Now they continue their conversation about design here on HOW.
Without a doubt, London is a culture capital in its own right. Of course, the city has Buckingham Palace and Big Ben, but if you want something besides the same-old sights
Feast your eyes on a sampling of the work that has informed, provoked and inspired the graphic design industry since the first issue of HOW rolled off the press.