I suspect that at the start of your day, the first thing you do is reach for your phone. You might even do this before you get out of bed. From the moment your eyes open, the input begins. Email, Facebook, Twitter, texting, newsfeed—all pouring in like an electronic fire-hose aimed at your brain.
We were eager to see what other international magazines designers turn to for inspiration. From Amsterdam to Berlin, learn about 5 publications you should have on your radar.
You read about Nicole Melville and her Gay Gatsby passion project in the May issue of HOW, but in this extended interview, we learn more about Melville.
Karen Larson, principle and creative director at LMstudio, offers an unofficial Creative Guide to Detroit, from creative businesses to must-visit cafés.
Most people don’t think of the Middle East as a creative wonderland, but they should. Find out how designers thrive along the Mediterranean.
3 Studios Demonstrate How Setting Aside Time to Play Can Benefit Morale, Productivity and the Bottom Line. While messing around on Facebook isn’t likely to be celebrated in the workplace, some forms of play are encouraged during the 9-to-5. In fact, large-scale companies like IBM have leveraged ofﬁce hours for research and development, including...
Some companies are reassessing their work-from-home policies, but you can make it work for you. Use these five tips for telecommuting. When you think of telecommuting, you might picture yourself padding downstairs to your home office in your PJs, sipping freshly brewed coffee from your favorite mug. You envision peacefully tending to your projects...
The latest HOW International Design Annual is here, so we caught up with These Are Things to ask about international travel and the cover design.
Talk surrounding the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, has been abnormally heated. See how illustrators are responding to a Russian bill that’s viewed by many as discriminatory.