Announcing the winners of Communication Arts' Interactive Annual 2015: Our distinguished panel of jurors selected 39 winning projects from 1137 entries.
There are many sides to history, but especially the life and death of Jesus. For National Geographic Channel’s ... more mullen.com
Balazs Gardi gets his thrills from daredevil photography—for clients and war zones alike.
Without sensitivity and grace, says CCO Xanthe Wells, a creative’s leap into leadership can leave her flat on her face.
Overview: During the three days leading up to the premiere of TNT’s new show Mob City, Deutsch NY shared every word ... more
Austin Hamilton, writer
Dean Opriasa/Brian Snapp, interactive writers
Aliza Adam, interactive designer
Dan Machlin, user experience director
Matt Severin, motion graphic designer
Sasha Blejec, associate creative director
Jin Park, creative director
Matt McKay, executive ... more
mousegraphics An award-winning design firm in Athens, Greece, repackages traditional Mediterranean ... more
Target posters Target’s logo is elegantly simple: One dot. One ring. Target Creative created a ... more
London Crisp Co. packaging Our identity and packaging design for The London Crisp Co., a brand ... more
Sherwin-Williams’s “Emerald” spot The world’s largest paint retailer, Sherwin-Williams, has created ... more
Spiros Halaris Illustrator / Brooklyn, New York “Architecture, Matisse, piano music and literature have ... more
Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum Everyone expects New York City to have world-class design. ... more
This month’s roundup of type-related info and entertainment from I love Typography.
Gyro’s Patrick O’Hara on looking beyond technology’s glittering lure.
Colorless adventures in a colorful world: what it’s like to be a color-blind designer/programmer.
The history of Knolling, the most popular Instagram trend.
Darrin Crescenzi on why the Golden Ratio still matters.
Sam Macon on his documentation of the creative tradition of sign painting.
Ten things designers freaking hate with a passion.
Kevin Ashton on why people who brainstorm are wasting their time.
Mark Duffy on how to get ahead as a young ad creative.
Can’t concentrate? Jeremy Kratz on silence in the workplace.
Video: Photographer Ted Forbes answers the question, Should I work for free?
Design is compromise. Stephan Ango asks, when did the word “compromise” become vilified?
Jared M. Spool on the redesign of the design process.
Madeleine Morley visits Erik Spiekermann’s studio for a master class in letterpress printing.
How Su Mathews Hale is designing the future for women.
The next big thing in design? Huge CEO Aaron Shapiro says less choice.
Speider Schneider on designer fame and dealing with criticism.
Bluegg CD Tom Lloyd on why designers should write more.
Five lessons on being wrong: Your first choice is rarely the optimal choice.
FHK Henrion: the complete designer.