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Technology has inarguably changed the way we work, and as a result, we’re more productive. Surprisingly, technology has had a slower start to catch up with one of the fastest growing workforces in the U.S.
If you’re trying to connect with an audience, one of the best ways to do that today is with video. According to Hubspot’s 42 Stats You Should Know About Visual Content Marketing in 2017, video content will represent 74% of all internet traffic this year. Cisco believes that by 2019 global internet traffic from videos will make up 80% of all internet traffic.
“I hate purple.” “Have you tried making the logo bigger?” Every creative professional who’s ever picked up an X-acto knife or wielded a mouse has dealt with non-helpful commentary from clients or colleagues.
Design is all about presentation. You might have spent hours designing a logo or a layout for your client, but in order to fully reap the rewards of your hard work, it can be incredibly helpful to present your work in the perfect manner.
Time is money for a designer, so equipping yourself with the right library of tools ensures you can hit the ground running on any creative project.
Pulp is the “quarterly journal of people and paper,” published for customers and clients of the Italian paper company Fedrigoni.
Personal branding on social media could easily be a full-time gig. If you’re a creative who wants to secure freelance work or a new position, you probably have several active accounts to get your name out there.
We’re back with one of our favorite issues of the year! A spin off of Vanity Fair‘s Hollywood Issue. Last year it was the Big Apple.
Can an introvert be a good presenter and an excellent communicator? Eleanor Handley says yes. In fact, in a recent podcast interview about her upcoming HOW Design Live session, Speak To Be Heard: Communicating Your Best Ideas, she said that even if you are the world’s shyest person, or even if you hate to present—or both—you can use the tools she will be teaching to make an impact and do it confidently.
“Guess the Correlation” is a human-based computation game that, while mildly entertaining, its main focus is on collecting information about how people perceive correlated data in scatterplots.
It’s the signature artwork that sets the tone for the most massive brand revision Neenah has ever undertaken for its CLASSIC Brands, since its 1962 introduction to the design community.
Designers have a lot of tools at their disposal, and the things that designers make can take a lot of forms: posters, websites, books, illustrations, experiences, strategies, technologies, objects, and more.
If nothing else, 2017 promises to be a great year for graphic design history. Starting today, the first comprehensive illustrated biography of one of the most influential and innovative designers of the 20th century, William Addison Dwiggins (1880–1956), is going on “sale” through a Kickstarter campaign launched by Letterform Archive.
HOW Design Live is more than a professional conference. It’s an inspiration-packed, global creative gathering guaranteed to open your mind, fuel your soul and power your career.
The analysis of human population in demographic economics is used to understand how a population relates to economic stability and the quality of life of a country.
National Geographic is known for their iconic photographs, which is part of the reason why the magazine is considered a collector’s item.
Designers have to wear a lot of hats these days. You might create a website one day, a brochure the next, and an ad campaign for print or social media after that.
Textures are a common addition to vintage style logo designs and type designs. Designers use them to mimic the aesthetics of old prints and handmade art to give their digital artwork more of a tactile appearance.
William H. (Will) Bradley (1868–1962) is an underappreciated American design pioneer overshadowed by other Art Nouveau and Arts & Crafts practitioners.