The big players in the world of comic books, DC and Marvel, have grown exponentially in the past decade, thanks to their movies, television programs, games, and more and more merchandise. If you don’t want to or can’t align with a publisher to get your own comic book out there, consider print-on-demand (POD), where...
San Francisco-based Astro Studios, founded in 1994 by Brett Lovelady, takes a thoroughly holistic approach to design. Their work at the crossroads of…
What are DesignOps and when is it time to build a team around it? As companies mature and invest in design, they need to operationalize workflow. Here's how.
On our top 100 designers you should know list, Hanah Ho is a New York-based designer who is best known for her political design work with Hillary Clinton’s “Hillary For America” campaign. Working with Clinton’s team, she led both merchandise and email design and much more.
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.
From typographers in Amsterdam to California, here are some of the best typography feeds on Instagram to keep you inspired every day.
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.
Welcome, friends, to the latest edition of the Top 10 Sites for Designers. This month’s list includes a collaborative mind map tool, a face recognition experience that celebrates Internet pop culture, the Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum's new site and more.
Welcome back to Design Finds, our collection of creative news and interesting things we've seen lately. This week we're looking at a new Adobe tutorial, the newly announced 2018 AIGA Medalists, olive oil packaging inspired by Istria, a new illustrated biography about W.A. Dwiggins and logo animation by Thirst.