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March/April 2019

Interactive Annual | 25

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Our editor reveals how a family business became the leading journal of visual communications.
25 years of Interactive Annual
A brief visual history of innovation in interactive media, from early websites to virtual reality.
Thirty-one designers, advertising creatives, illustrators and photographers who have left behind unforgettable work.
A 60-year overview of visual communications and its relationship to society, culture and technology.
The striking identity for Québec City Tourism reflects the city’s iconic landmarks and topography.
ActionAid UK’s animation uses colorful imagery to communicate the importance of worldwide female empowerment.
“Fit Got Real” redefines what it means to get active, democratizing exercise for all women.
“A Guardian” raises awareness for the problem of poaching and the technology that can be used to fight it.
Designer Craig Ward’s hand-painted mural designs for Squarespace brings sharp-edged pixels to life.
Scholastic’s most iconic characters are reimagined for the publisher’s corporate headquarters.
Straightforward and bold, the OOH ads for RXBAR take the BS out of the world of food.
“Her Feet” explores the beauty of life’s greatest movements—all through the point of view of our feet.
The packaging for this magnesium-based product range uses a bright splash of orange amidst white to evoke health and vitality.
Simple shapes and content are utilized to create a unified identity for a diversified modern gourmet food market.
The five-person team at this Paris, France–based design firm creates VR experiences that merge art and technology.
Fascinated by the beauty of lines, this London, United Kingdom–based illustrator coaxes them into smooth layouts.
Cinematic in nature, this Brooklyn-based photographer’s work plays with the possibilities of light.
Ernie Schenck asks six advertising creatives to pick the game changers that have upended the industry.
Ellen Shapiro looks at how designers have adapted—and are still adapting—to the times.
Across the country, organizations supported by the Coyne Family Foundation are making an impact, as Sam McMillan uncovers.
Looking through her past columns for CA, Wendy Richmond reflects on the enduring relationship between creativity and culture.
Candy Chiu, John Maeda, Jenny Johannesson, Bryan Braun and Tiffany Taylor share the tools that keep them going.
Book Reviews
Classic texts by thinkers from Althusser to Žižek show the relevance of critical theory to interaction design.
How the typographic choices designers make in layout and prototyping programs behave once they are turned into live code.
What makes an interaction truly conversational and how to get more comfortable using language in design.

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