As a company best known for creating other people’s beautiful business cards, the MOO teams wanted to make sure their own cards were no less impactful. They were tasked with creating an in-house design that that was very ‘MOO’ while also appealing to and working for employees, at all levels.
Flipping through past issues of HOW magazine turns up eye-catching promo design from award winners both famed and lesser-known.
Presenting the 2016 In-House Design Awards winners, representing some of the best graphic design happening in corporations & organizations today.
Meet the judges of HOW's International Design Awards: Marina Willer (Pentagram), Sebastian Padilla (Anagrama) and Dana Arnett (VSA Partners).
Celebrate international design with a look at these projects from the U.K.—packaging, brochure, annual report & identity design that'll leave you inspired.
Ed Roberts shares his team's award-winning project along with advice on staying creative, organized and motivated.
Looking for some fresh design inspiration? Here are three of the best design projects featured in Damn Good: Top Designer’s Discuss Their All-Time Favorite Projects: PUMA Clever Little Bag Firm: fuseproject, San Francisco Creative Team: Yves Behar, Josh Morenstein, Nick Cronan, Seth Murray Client: PUMA “When PUMA called us to rethink the shoe box,...
Austin-based design firm FÖDA STUDIO recently won 13 awards at the AIGA’s Texas Show competition, including an entire sweep of the ‘Brand Identity’ category, taking home 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. All 5 of the projects that they submitted in HOW’s “Your Best Work” competition (where they were a runner up) won an award...
We’re so stoked to finally reveal the winners of the HOW 2012 Interactive Design Awards! As revealed in the March 2012 issue of HOW, the big winner of this year’s awards was the Nissan Leaf campaign pictured above. Canadian agency Critical Mass created an integrated online campaign for the Leaf using cutting-edge technology that not only educates consumers...
In the 2012 Interactive Design Awards, the competition was tough. Along with the Best of Show winner, these five entries stood out as being among the best of 2012.