9 Quick Design Tips from Sagi Haviv, Mona Patel & Magnus Berg [VIDEOS]


Sagi Haviv, Mona Patel and Magnus Berg know design:

Haviv is partner and designer at Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv, and he’s designed more than 50 identity programs, which has included logos for the Library of Congress, Conservation International and Armani Exchange.

Patel the founder/CEO of Motivate, a UX research, design and staffing agency with clients including Chick-Fil-A, Carter’s, Tumblr, E*Trade, MTV, Victoria’s Secret & Jet.com.

Berg is creative director and co-founder of Snask, an internationally famous agency that creates brilliant brands, design and film.

Left to right: HOW International Design Awards judges Mona Patel, Magnus Berg and Sagi Haviv

Left to right: HOW International Design Awards judges Mona Patel, Magnus Berg and Sagi Haviv

The range of expertise among these three design leaders is vast. And while their individual talents, interests and disciplines vary, Haviv, Patel and Berg have some things in common. All three of them served as judges in the 2016 HOW International Design Awards, and all three have graciously shared three tips for designers.

Watch the videos below for some quick tips from these design leaders—plus a burst of inspiration from past HOW International Design Awards winners—and enter this year’s Awards by the early-bird deadline, August 14 for a chance to win a free trip to Boston to take part in HOW Design Live, one of the largest annual gatherings of creative professionals in the world.

Sagi Haviv, Mona Patel and Magnus Berg Share Their Top Design Tips




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Oh, and! You may have noticed that the projects pictured above come from previous winners of the HOW International Design Awards. That’s because winning an award from HOW doesn’t end with congratulations and a line on your résumé. Our winners find their work being featured online again and again, gaining them valuable exposure, calling attention to the things they’ve done exceedingly well and celebrating their accomplishments.