Drop those cheesy photo apps and the pre-designed template apps that attempt to erase designers altogether. Here are the apps every graphic designer needs.
By being the first to sketch visions on paper—visually or verbally—creative leaders have the privilege of harnessing a powerful tool: specificity.
Here’s a roundup of interesting design projects in which the Pantone Matching System has been used as their core inspiration.
Pantone Matching System experts, meet your soulmate. Inka Mathew, a graphic designer from Houston, is the color queen behind the Tiny PMS Match.
Check out these 9 projects using the Pantone Matching System in unique and creative ways. From posters to street art, these projects are enchanting.
Learn the meaning of red in graphic design in this excerpt on color associations from Color: Messages & Meanings by Leatrice Eiseman of the Pantone Color Institute.
It’s that season we love so much: the release of the Pantone Spring 2016 Fashion Color Report. While fashion is the focus, the colors trends are picked up by all creative industries — graphic design, interior design, and fine art, to name a few. This year’s colors range from vibrant to calming, and are non-gender...
Getty Images recently teamed up with Pantone to take viewers on a journey to quench (or maybe incite) their “wonderlust.” Noticing a trend of those who yearn to travel or those who simply want to view majestic photos from other travelers, the Wonderlust collaboration included curated gifs that slake this thirst for extra-ordinary sights, from...
Being a designer these days requires a diverse and multidisciplinary skill set and unique design resources. While your strength may lie in logo design, it’s important to understand business development, web design and typography as well. Freelancers need to understand color theory, creative strategy and socially-conscious design. No matter what your area—or areas—of expertise,...
The buzz surrounding Marsala, the Pantone color of the year 2015, has been exciting. The earthy hue has garnered a range of "gut" reactions from graphic designers.