January has a way of getting us to reflect on our career and set new goals ahead. If only we could tap into some of the industry's top designers' minds to get guidance based on their experiences.
This My Best Work installment lets Stefan Bucher divulge his experiences about making a unique design interface, in a new medium.
In this My Best Work, Mikey Burton talks about how although his college thesis fell to pieces as a school project, its application in the real world was profitable.
My Best Work asks famous designers to dish details on favorite design projects. Debbie Millman and team tackle a new visual symbol for the NO MORE Project.
A natural cereal-maker wanted to grow their shelf presence, so they turned to HartungKemp to update their branding and packaging design.
In the September 2011 issue of HOW, we asked renowned designer Chip Kidd to write about what he considers his best work. Read about this project that he describes as "quite a geek’s dream come true."
In My Best Work, we ask a noted designer to recall their best, favorite or most successful project. This month, AIGA medalist Gail Anderson shares her best work.
For HOW's new column, My Best Work, we ask designers of note to tell us about their favorite, most successful, most memorable or otherwise top-of-the-heap project. Michael Bierut joins the fun.
HOW's June 2008 issue marked the debut of a new column called My Best Work. We've asked designers of note to tell us about their favorite, most successful, most memorable or otherwise top-of-the-heap project. Ann Willoughby was the first to take the stage.