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Guest Post: Neil Brown on the dreaded P-word

Like PowerPoint, office politics are not something usually discussed at design school, but they are a powerful tool and, when used wisely, can bring about great results for our careers, our team’s success and for the company as whole.

Advice from Former New York Times Magazine Art Director

If you’ve ever spent a lazy Sunday with The New York Times Magazine, you’ve probably admired some of Nancy Harris Rouemy’s jaw-dropping type and design work. Maybe you paused to admire a feature opener where she deconstructed a font and put it back together again like an abstract sculpture. Or perhaps you stopped to...