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HOW May 2013
Designers face all kinds of creative roadblocks, from procrastination to self-criticism to lack of energy. Here’s how to overcome them.
Defer judgment” and “reach for quantity.” For more than 60 years, these have remained the two guiding principles of effective brainstorming. Widely credited as the father of brainstorming, advertising executive Alex F. Osborn promoted the notion that a group could …
Featured in the May issue of HOW, Peanut Butter & Jelly, with offices in Cincinnati and Columbus, OH, is a truly multidisciplinary creative firm. Led by partners Micah Paldino and B. Emmit Jones, PB&J, as it’s known by friends, focuses …
George Nelson was a celebrated mid-twentieth century multidisciplinary designer who created iconic designs still celebrated today in a range of media from architecture to exhibitions and film to furniture. His versatility was inspired by his belief that “good design is …
In 2004, designer Jennifer Hill embarked on a project to create a series of modern travel posters. What set this project apart was that all of the places featured were places she’d never actually visited. Since then, the project, known …
We asked to see your best work, and you answered with amazing design. Then we chose the top small design team and the top large design team with the most creative, consistent portfolios to showcase in the May issue of …
Bryony Gomez-Palacio wears many hats, including design business owner and mother. She dishes seven tips that keep her children mature and business booming on the daily seesaw ride that’s her life.
Every month HOW scours the web to discover the top design websites. We’re looking for the best promo sites, as well as design tools and resources. See what the editors chose this month!
Tina Roth Eisenberg (@Swissmiss) and her team are partnering with top designers and freeing the world of rancid clip art one temp tattoo design at a time.