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Word Play: Just a Note With a Cause

Iconic designer and branding guru Debbie Millman is perhaps one of the best known designers in the industry sharing the stage with the likes of Paula Scher, Stefan Sagmeister, Milton Glaser, Seymour Chwast, and more. Her role as the President of Design at Sterling Brands has overseen the branding and rebranding of major companies...

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Daniel Pink on Design, Writing and the Brain

Daniel Pink joins the all-star line-up of thought leaders for the HOW Leadership Conference 2014. In conversation with Debbie Millman, he weighs in on his unexpected writing career, why right-brain function is so crucial and the necessity of design.


{Re}Covering: 30 Covers, 30 Days

November has flown by in a flurry of snow, food, friends and family, words and book covers. (I’m still trying to recover from that turkey coma!) This past Saturday marked the end of National Novel Writing Month, and the end of the 30 Covers in 30 Days initiative. Over 300,000 writers from around the...


30 Covers in 30 Days

To a group of fearless word warriors November is more than just a month about food, family, shopping deals, and giving thanks. November is home to National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo for short) a writing challenge that challenges writers – published and otherwise – to craft 50,000 word manuscripts in just 30 days. Cheering...

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Debbie Millman Photographs Scher and Chwast Exhibit

The “Double Portrait: Paula Scher and Seymour Chwast, Graphic Designers” exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art will come to a close on April 14th. “Double Portrait” features the talented, award winning couple’s work together – for the first time. Don’t panic! If you can’t make it to Philadelphia, Debbie Millman has come to...

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INspiration Wednesday: Debbie Millman Anticipates the Unanticipated

You must know how to present … even if you are nervous or afraid. Presenting is a skill, a science or an art—like design. To be truly successful, learn to anticipate the unanticipated and relentlessly prepare. Doing so will make you more powerful in your presentations. —Debbie Millman, president, Design Group at Sterling Brands...