The classic Helvetica got a facelift. Helvetica Now features updated glyphs and better scalability, putting it front and center (yet again) in the font fold.
After years at Chronicle Books, Bridget Watson Payne believes that everyone's got a story to tell. She's telling her own story on stage at HOW Design Live.
Chip Kidd discusses all the whys behind his HOW Design Live presentation: Don’t Be Afraid Of Being A Tiny, Ugly, Failure!
James Paterson has been a part of the web’s past and present, and will undoubtedly be a part of the digital future, minus a favorite tool: Flash.
Charli Marie lecturing at HOW Design Live! She’ll be guiding us through how to be the best at what you do when doing it as in-house designer.
Adobe will soon stop distributing the Flash Player plugin. Before the nail goes into the coffin—let’s give credit where credit is due. Flash was miraculous.
When Vine closed down Meagan Cignoli pressed on, partnering with Amber Lee to create Visual Country, a NYC-based stop-motion company.
Can design thinking solve any and every problem, or is it a mirage? What do designers have to say about it, besides calling it bullshit?
In-house designers at The Southern Poverty Law Center do those things on a daily basis, designing award-winning work, making the complex understandable, and educating the masses. Their designs are so significant that not only do they impact their audiences, but they also impact the in-house designers who create the work.
For any die-hard comics lover with an insatiable appetite for the art form, web comics and digital comics are well… priceless