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Move Over Mad Men: a Plea for Women in Design Leadership

If you happened to pick up Print‘s latest Sex & Design issue, you’ve probably seen the article on women in design leadership. As the article indicates, women at the top of the creative management ladder are relatively few and far between. The article explores what women can do to break through the glass ceiling...

A Child of the (Design) Revolution

Every once in awhile it’s nice to take a look at a designer and see how he got his start. What inspired him? What influences his work? In this post, we feature a short essay from Lippincott’s Brendán Murphy, a creative who has been having an impact on the design revolution based on his...

Japanese Graphic Design Highlights

As the HOW team begins working on the International Design Annual, it’s fascinating to see graphic design projects from all over the world. It’s downright inspiring to see creatives near and far perfect their crafts. That’s why when Lippincott‘s Marc Hohmann offered to write a guest post about his personal highlights of Japanese graphic...

The Relationship between Art and Design

When it comes to the relationship between art and design, it can be hard to distinguish where one ends and the other begins. Often the terms are used interchangeably, as certain design work is art. But there are distinctions as well. Visual art would not necessarily be considered a form of design, just as...