Announcing the winners of Communication Arts' Photography Annual 2015: Our distinguished panel of jurors selected 157 winning projects from 4421 entries.
Red Lion’s website is analogous to urban exploration. It’s an online world made up of digital cities, each one ... more redlioncanada.com
Ana Andjelic imparts her wisdom of brand sociology and the future of luxury brands in the sharing economy.
Sara Breselor shows how strategic design thinkers use illustration to get everyone on the same page.
This image was used in a Christmas ad for LEGO. Headline: The holidays are coming.
Alain Desjean, photographer
Pascal Tremblay, art director
Carle Coppens, creative director
Claude Lafrance, digital artist
Brad, ad agency
Caleb & Gladys Photographer / New York, NY A Singaporean couple in New York elevates fashion photography ... more
Revolution of the Eye exhibition Revolution of the Eye: Modern Art and the Birth of ... more
HERO experience design A new kind of restaurant called HERO just opened its doors at 289 Rue ... more
Netflix Spectrum introductory film Netflix tapped Imaginary Forces to make an ... more
Maine Office of Tourism print ads Visiting Maine is a multi-layered adventure that takes you to ... more
Beauty for Real for Aerie packaging Aerie by American Eagle is made for young women who want a ... more
Tony Stubblebine comments on the sad state of job titles.
Kate Meyer on the roots of minimalism in web design.
Meet the man who created the rainbow flag.
Shopify’s director of design Verne Ho describes the three pillars of a healthy design culture.
35 books every designer should read.
Bruno Bergher on the value of working at the lowest level of fidelity.
Tom Greever explains why great designers are great communicators.
When does inspiration turn into plagiarism?
Jordan Koschei explains why non-designers should care about design.
Julie Zhuo on a matter of principle: surfacing the core truths in every design.
Animation and design—the past, present and future.
Aaron Tenbuuren on designing for (and with) color blindness.
Part three of Maggie Macnab’s series on effective logo design.
Brad Frost on the future of web design.
Smart Design’s Dan Formosa makes six predictions that will change design as we know it.
A font that’s fighting crime on the roadway.
Why empty states deserve more design time.
What we’re not talking about when we’re talking about the presidential campaign logos.
A short list of rules to help designers make better presentations.
The color of empathy is not flat: Jayson McCauliff provides insights to color blindness and design.