Welcome back to Design Finds, our collection of creative news and interesting things from the past week. This week’s selection takes us back to the '80s for a mock instructional video for Siri, then to modern-day Detroit for a new experiential installation and finally to the App Store for an AR wishing well experience.
Everyone is excited about the 2018 Winter Olympics, which kicks off February 9 in PyongChang, South Korea. But who is behind the design for Team USA, you ask?
The in-house creative team for the NBA’s Miami Heat celebrates both the design and colors of the late 1980s with the recently released Miami Vice uniform, logo and Court Culture collection.
Check out these design tips from four of our favorite HOW Design Live 2018 speakers—Sagi Haviv, Mona Patel, Leland Maschmeyer and Brian Collins—and don't forget to grab your Big Ticket by Feb. 1 to save $600!
Learn some interesting tidbits about Behance as they celebrate their 10th anniversary, and find out what creative trends head curator Oscar Orozco has noticed this past year.
Can an iPad Pro replace your laptop? Is it a computer or a tablet? A production machine or a toy? Those questions have been dogging the iPad Pro since it…
A recent study shows that despite steady demand for creative talent, there are still some hurdles to overcome as you look to advance your career.
Timeface, an experimental typeface by June Shin, was selected by Chicago’s Society of Typographic Arts as one of 100 of 2017’s best designs.
Cooking up a brilliant idea with impact consists of three basic ingredients, plus the proper steps. Let's dive into the third ingredient: collaboration.
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