James Pannafino rounds up a helpful guide to free design resources geared toward interactive designers.
Things are changing here at HOW, but in way that has everyone very excited and, perhaps, a little anxious. Change, even positive change, is never easy. Change disrupts rhythms and routines, forces people to think differently about what they do, how they do it and, most importantly, why they are doing it…and it always...
Some companies are reassessing their work-from-home policies, but you can make it work for you. Use these five tips for telecommuting. Courtesy of CSA Images 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...
Looking for inspiration for your food packaging design project? We've scouted 10 delicious food package designs to tempt your creative taste buds.
Comic book artist Kody Chamberlain talks style, creativity and all things comics.
Tania Leach launched Bon Vivant Company when the food industry failed her. Now the project sparks her creativity in a way other design projects rarely do.
At HOW, we want to inform you, inspire you—celebrate you. And if you're an in-house designer, our latest issue will truly speak to you.
Amid changes in technology & content consumption, the NPR design team bridges digital & physical design to take in-house design to new levels.
HOW magazine, a publication that aims to help graphic and interactive designers be successful, is honored in this year's Folio Eddie & Ozzie Awards.
Whether you're a devoted super fan or a potential fan, NPR marketing and communication's team is constantly working on ways to extend the brand to you. Check out some of the touchpoints they've created to fulfill this mission.