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A World of Typography: Creating Fonts for Multiple Languages

Industrious and ambitious type designers are creating fonts for not only their own cultures, but those in nearby countries—or ones thousands of miles away.

Weekend Heller: Type to Go Ahhhhh For

At a recent launch for Specimens of Chromatic Wood Type (Rizzoli), a book I did with Esther K. Smith of the Purgatory Pie Press, she recounted something a professor once said: “You can appreciate things by Oooohs or by Ahhhs.

Podcast: Coca-Cola’s James Sommerville on Evolving as a Designer

  Listen and learn from lively conversations about the business of creativity and creativity in business.

Here Is How Americans Feel About Climate Change

Climate change has been a hot topic for the past decade not only in the U.S. but across the globe as well.

Free Font Friday: Monly

Welcome to Free Font Friday, where we showcase our favorite free font finds! We are constantly browsing the web to bring you the best content.

9 Award-Winning Examples of Creative Sports Graphic Design

I wouldn’t call myself a sports person. Just ask the sports fans on the HOW team who are forever unamused by my attempts to take part in morning sports talk.

Rolled Ink Texture Collection for Access All Areas Members

This week Access All Areas members have a fantastic set of quick and easy to use textures to download, courtesy of Brent Galloway.

Mechanical Art in the Mechanical Age

De Reclame was Holland’s leading advertising-design journal in the 1920s and early ’30s. I include it in my book on design magazines.

Talking Comics and Movie Posters with Illustrator Matt Taylor

‘Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan’ Interior Illustration for the Vinyl Soundtrack Release by Matt Taylor for Mondo In 2016, UK-based illustrator Matt Taylor flew to Austin for the opening of INFO•RAMA, the three-artist gallery exhibit hosted by renowned Mondo gallery.


This article originally appeared on Column Five. Developing and promoting great content is no easy game.

Untutored Art

The drawings in this quaint little book, a catalog of the exhibition The Will to Draw, spanning the 1930s to the 1960s, are by amateur artists whose work ranges from stiff to loose but with one thing in common: They are serious attempts at image-making.

Here Are All The Goods The U.S. Actually Imports From Mexico A Year

One of the promises that Donald Trump made while on the campaign trail and after his election was to bring about discussions about the North American Free Trade Agreement.

Design Trend: Side Navigation Is Everywhere, but Does It Work?

There’s a trending topic in website design navigation: sidebar menus. More designers are working with vertical side navigation for projects, with a specific location on the left side for many of these website designs.

3 Reasons to Do Design Work on a Larger Monitor

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Every Texture & Pattern You Could Need, In One Curated Collection

Textures and patterns are incredibly useful across virtually every type of design project. With this bundle, Design Cuts have included all of the most requested items from the community, from clean patterns to stunning painted textures.

A Museum to Compete With Starbucks

I call it the biggest little museum in America. Alex Kalman, its founder, prefers just to focus on the largeness of his scope rather than the limitations of its space.


This article originally appeared on Column Five. In 2015, branded content output climbed 35% per channel, but content engagement decreased by 17%. What does that say?

50+ Best Minimal Logo Design Templates

How much does it cost to design a professional logo? $500? $1,000? Or $5,000? What if we told you that you can get a great-looking minimal logo design for the price of lunch?

The Activist’s History

The Interference Archive in Brooklyn, New York, contains over 10,000 items that are accessible to the public.

Creative Resume Trends: 6 Tips to Help You Land the Job

Get you and your design team the recognition you deserve. Enter the In-House Design Awards today! Making your resume and cover letter combo stand out among the dozens or even hundreds submitted for creative jobs may sound like a smart strategy on the surface.