In 2001, Rachel Martin left the advertising world with the intention of making a positive impact. Learn about her efforts to make an environmental impact…
"Inclusive design" is a simple idea: design things to be accessible and relevant to as many people as possible. It is a broad-reaching, foundational design principle applicable to everything from architecture to websites to content. Here's how and why you should start making your designs inclusive.
After Obama was elected, former Obama presidential campaign design manager Jessica Teal went on to start her own freelance business centered on graphics that could change the world. HOW recently spoke to Teal about designing to end gun violence and graphic design’s role in inspiring the public to give a damn.
Yellow House’s brand identity—inspired by social movement and design activism, and created by Brunet-Garcia Advertising—is as big and resonant as its mission to leverage the power of art to transform communities.
We reached out to designers in Houston to check in & ask about their favorite charities to donate to in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. #HoustonRises
Welcome to Free Font of the Week! This week's typeface is Love Wins by Giuseppe Salerno of Resistenza. Happy Pride month from HOW Design!
Explore four reasons why greater accessibility in web design—for people with disabibilites and impairments especially—is the smart and responsible thing to do. Plus, we tell you how to persuade your boss.
In the wake of the 2016 presidential election, designer Deva Pardue created a motif for the empowerment of all womankind, leveraging a mark steeped in history.
There are five profound reasons why design businesses should invest in social responsibility to invest in their workers.
An artist, community leader and icon of the creative world, Timothy Goodman pushes the limits of what being a designer means.