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In part 1 of our interview with John Foster, principal and superintendent of Bad People Good Things LLC and author of several books including For Sale: Over 200 Innovative Solutions in Packaging Design and 1000 Indie Posters, we saw some of his best poster design and heard about his surprising and successful career.
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When Pulitzer Prize winner the Guardian set out to redesign its website, it collaborated with the very people it wanted to reach: its readers.
“How are we going to top last year’s program?” HOW community content director Bridgid Agricola says she and the rest of the HOW Design Live programming team asked themselves that question when they began meeting this summer following a hugely successful 2014 event.
Debbie Millman is a truly extraordinary designer. For the past twenty years, Debbie has been President of Sterling Brands, where she has worked on the redesign of over 200 global brands, including projects with P&G, Colgate, Nestle, Kraft and Pepsi.
If you’re an in-house designer, you produce work regularly, and in many cases you have to police work made by your colleagues who may or may not be designers.
Apple has a long history of UX innovation. With each new product launch, the beloved brand releases an avalanche of new ideas and interactive patterns into the design world.
Don’t get me wrong. I like gorillas and monkeys too, but when it comes to business, it’s smart to keep a close eye on how your gross profits are divided up amongst your client roster.
When it comes to showcasing your talent, seeing is often believing – and stills don’t always do the trick.
I think calling something a “policy” immediately makes it more official. A few of my unspoken policies include: I will not check my email before I make my bed.
Creatives seem to have a love/hate relationship with graphic design trends. On one hand, they’re a good indicator of what’s popular, relevant and groundbreaking—at least when they first start to emerge.
Sioux Falls, S.D.-based infographics design firm Lemonly has mastered the art of visual storytelling.
Brooklyn-based multimedia artist Michael Hambouz creates stunning cut-paper artwork, and thanks to The Durst Organization and chashama, 18 of his large-scale cut-paper collages are now on display until November 21, 2014, in the Lobby Gallery of 1133 Avenue of the Americas in New York City.
If you attended the much buzzed-about HOW Design Live earlier this year, and you experienced the program full of top-notch presenters — Seth Godin, Malcolm Gladwell, Christine Mau, Stefan Sagmeister, Maria Popova to drop a few names — you may wonder, “How are they going to top that program in 2015?
Even if you don’t write your own CSS, it’s still important to consider how hard your designs are to turn into a real working website.
There’s so much you don’t know when you first start your own creative business, whether you dive in with a plan (or without) or are nudged by outside forces.
I recently attended a local panel discussion featuring both in-house team contributors and leaders from several major consumer retail and technology brands.
Become a Branding Expert—OnDemand Design Webcast Collection A couple of weeks ago, we brought you 14 of the best business cards in the biz, knowing we had only to reach out to designers and firms at the top of their game to get our hands on their business cards.
What do you think of when you look at the cover of HOW’s November 2014 Creative Business Issue? Maybe you identify with the designer in the treetops in that, as modern business evolves, you’ve carved out a space for yourself in which you can comfortably flourish.
A conversation with Rena Tom and Bryan Boyer of Makeshift Society If you read about Rena Tom in the November issue of HOW, you saw how committed the Makeshift Society founder is to helping creative entrepreneurs.