Amy Conover, Event Director for HOW Design Live, talks with Ilise Benun about the logistics of this very large conference and what she’s especially excited about for Atlanta in 2016.
There’s a new application taking over collaborative UX design. It has nearly two million users worldwide and already 70% of Fortune 100 companies using it as well. That includes Disney, IBM, Apple and Verizon just to name a few. Their website boasts being “the world’s leading prototyping, collaboration and workflow platform.” It’s called InVision,...
Boost your creativity, become a better designer and jumpstart your career at HOW Design Live! New World Standard for Animation? Exciting news has hit the world of animation. Dwango, a Japanese publisher, has acquired Digital Video’s software Toonz. With the closing of the deal came one very important condition—Dwango will publish an open source...
Today, Adobe announces the official name for the all-in-one tool for UX designers: Adobe Experience Design CC, or Adobe XD. If it sounds powerful, that's because it is.
Brianna Wettlaufer shares photography trends she's seen so far in 2016, as well as what we can expect for the rest of the year and beyond.
In celebration of the new year, we've reached out to some of today's top designers for their predictions on graphic design trends 2016 and more.
It’s that season we love so much: the release of the Pantone Spring 2016 Fashion Color Report. While fashion is the focus, the colors trends are picked up by all creative industries — graphic design, interior design, and fine art, to name a few. This year’s colors range from vibrant to calming, and are non-gender...
Watch "Content in a Zombie Apocalypse," Karen McGrane's presentation from the 2014 HOW Interactive Design Conference.
Read 5 ingredients in an animation design from the course Motion Graphics and Animation Design, and watch videos illustrating each concept.
Patrick McNeil provides three essential tips from the world of editorial design that interactive designers can use to improve the quality of their own work