Announcing the winners of Communication Arts' Design Annual 2015: Our distinguished panel of jurors selected 153 winning projects from 4083 entries.
JR Furniture is an Australian furniture wholesale retail business. Its new website, by creative agency Yoke, ... more yokedesign.com.au
Illustrator Chris Philpot reveals how he infuses his "weird infographics" with just the right amount of tactful humor.
Wendy Richmond finds an unexpected source of inspiration for a new body of work.
"The event Tous debout pour nos p'tits loups, (We all stand for the little wolves), a benefit dinner for the ... more
Cindy Goulet, designer
Claude Auchu, creative director
Gilles Chouinard/Geneviève Jannelle, writers
Luc Robitaille, photographer
Marion Haimon, project manager
Catherine Lanctôt, project director
lg2boutique (Montréal, Canada), design ... more
Arctic album teaser animation The music of Dutch electronic duo Leadsmen invokes dark, ... more
Amanda Leigh Smith Photographer / Portland, OR I trust my eye and my gut, and focus more on the experience ... more
Entremanos identity Entremanos, a wine label run by two brothers, presents the viniculture of ... more
Tomorrowland end credits Production studio yU+co’s main on end title sequence for the Walt ... more
“A Kiss Deferred by Civil War” animation The New York Times’ Modern Love column features ... more
Green: A Field Guide to Marijuana book design Eddie Opara’s team at design firm Pentagram ... more
Debbie Millman on fear, time and terrifying learning.
Gerry Leonidas shares his thoughts on the new Google logo.
Ellen Lupton’s top ten favorite typographic posters of all time.
Rachel McClung explains the goal of good design.
Can agencies win if they don’t play the spec pitch game?
Jessica Lowry says augmented reality is the future of design.
In defense of working in an ad agency by Edward Boches.
Justin Bolois on how illustration made a comeback in the #foodporn era.
Doug Zanger on the ever-evolving craft of copy.
It’s time to play ad agency bingo.
The UX case against the home button.
Adobe's senior innovator Michael Rubin on the future of photography.
What do those symbols on the iPhone mean?
Brendon Volpe on how ad agencies can embrace complexity.
Let Louise Fili guide you through the boulevards of Parisian typography.
Phil Edwards on why the Wingdings font exists.
Is spec work evil? Twelve agency execs discuss the unchecked problem.
Karen X. Cheng and Jerry Gabra on the evolution of magazine covers.
John D. Jameson’s guidelines for letterspacing type.
Jason Zook on why you need to fire bad clients.