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HOW September 2012
An old basement space without windows was revamped into the ultimate design education experience. Old shipping doors were turned into enormous windows to bring in the light and offer a view of Savannah’s port.
Louise Fili was up to the challenge of infusing sweet simplicity into the revamped packaging design for Bonnie’s Jams. Typography took center stage for the label.
Leave it to Leo Burnett Canada to figure out how to make voting a better experience for everyone. Elections Ontario worked with Leo Burnett Canada to revamp everything from the logo to registration cards to wayfinding, not to mention an eye-catching web campaign.
Want to get more clients? Check out this real-world client proposal, sample qualifying material, book excerpt and expert interview to learn how to find clients.
The self-promotion issue of HOW magazine’s cover is playful, kindly loud and perky. Meet the illustrator behind this cover — Shaw Nielsen.
SCAD Museum of Art tripled in size after a landmark rehabilitation project expanded the space to 82,000 square feet. The space unites both students and enthusiasts to celebrate art & design.
Here, Andy Epstein, author of “The Corporate Creative,” offers a tongue-in-cheek list of ways to get fired in the hopes that you’ll not try them.
For co-founders and T-shirt designers Aimée and Jeremy Miller, first came love then came Shultzilla — a design biz specializing in New Orleans-inspired apparel.
Every month HOW scours the web to find the best design websites. Then we compile the top promo sites, design tools, resources and sites for creative time-outs.