Are you talking only about yourself and your work in your self-promotion? If your goal is to get more design clients, that's a mistake. Here's why.
Enjoy this roundup of cool book covers by in-house creatives—& if you too are part of an in-house team, enter your work in the In-House Design Awards by 6/5
Todd Radom, one of the world’s foremost sports-centric graphic designers, has a new graphically driven book called Winning Ugly, which releases where all books are sold on May 15.
Wondering whether that Request for Proposal is a waste of your time? Check out Ilise Benun’s 10 criteria to help you decide whether you should spend your time elsewhere.
Event platforms require far more than just a logo, and that includes type. Here, Tim Newcomb talks with Bill Frederick, principal and creative director of New Jersey-based Fanbrandz, about custom types for the NHL.
Highly skilled and decidedly diverse, the BBC's in-house creative agency, BBC Creative, is shaking things up.
Hallie Bateman's work has been published by The New Yorker, The New York Times, Buzzfeed and more. And though she never had formal training in illustration, she received powerful advice to "draw every day"—and since she began illustration she's done just that, becoming a prolific artist who knows no bounds.
Chad Reynolds remembers when he alone signified the entire creative department for the Major League Soccer (MLS) club in Kansas City. Now, as the creative director with a marketing department of 17, Sporting Kansas City has one of the most robust, vibrant and forward-thinking in-house creative teams in the league.
Tobias van Schneider sees hundreds of design portfolios each month thanks to his work with Semplice, a portfolio builder made by designers for designers. Occasionally, a designer surprises him by using typography in a unique way—to display not only their work, but their personality. These four portfolios do just that.
From typographers in Amsterdam to California, here are some of the best typography feeds on Instagram to keep you inspired every day.