Hey grads. It’s a great time to pursue work in the design industry. Demand for creative talent is high—here are a few tips to find the perfect design job.
In 2001, Rachel Martin left the advertising world with the intention of making a positive impact. Learn about her efforts to make an environmental impact…
As a company best known for creating other people’s beautiful business cards, the MOO teams wanted to make sure their own cards were no less impactful. They were tasked with creating an in-house design that that was very ‘MOO’ while also appealing to and working for employees, at all levels.
A new cafe in New York City called MoMaCha Café is being sued by the Museum of Modern Art in New York (MoMA). Here's why. And 6 other examples of copyright battles…
Adam Ladd has worked in branding, art direction, and magazine layout, and along the way, he happened to see and use type—a lot. Having been the art director and designer for both HOW and Print magazines, you've probably seen his work, especially if you were a regular reader of those two publications.
When the Houston Astros won the 2017 World Series, it changed everything for the team's in-house creative team, including creating a workload level unrivaled in previous years—but they're okay with that.
Wherever you look today, countless creatives are making important contributions to both the design industry and the world at large. Here's a list of 100 of the most talented and influential of these creatives working today.
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.
The founders of Future Fonts share their insights about typography, their thoughts on starting Future Fonts, and what the future of type and type design could look like.
Sure, job hopping is one solution for restlessness, but before you relaunch your job search, consider these tips for injecting excitement into your current design job.