John Bielenberg, one of the contemporary pioneers of the "design for good" discusses his work, the Pando tree in Utah, and gravity.
Art as Witness: Political Graphics 2016-18, co-curated by Steve Brodner, features over 200 political artworks, graphic design and illustrations opening October 6 and running until November 3, 2018 at the SVA Chelsea Gallery in New York.
19 books by 19 women made over the past decade are on view at an exhibition called Full Bleed: A Decade of Photobooks and Photo Zines by Women.
After Obama was elected, former Obama presidential campaign design manager Jessica Teal went on to start her own freelance business centered on graphics that could change the world. HOW recently spoke to Teal about designing to end gun violence and graphic design’s role in inspiring the public to give a damn.
As with public spaces, websites must adhere to regulations and equitably accommodate visitors. Here's how to ensure web accessibility for your site.
Here's why serving others, driving excellence and conducting your company and your work with integrity are good for your design business.
Explore four reasons why greater accessibility in web design—for people with disabibilites and impairments especially—is the smart and responsible thing to do. Plus, we tell you how to persuade your boss.
Welcome to Free Font of the Week, where we showcase our favorite free font finds! This week's font is Ryman Eco by Dan Rhatigan, Grey London and UK's Ryman.
by Kate Hanisian We live in a truly contentious time in our nation’s history. In addition to our widening political discord, economic inequality in the US is arguably the highest it’s been since 1928. The opportunity gap between white people and people of color persists, and in many areas of the country we are...
There are five profound reasons why design businesses should invest in social responsibility to invest in their workers.