This time of year, you can hardly leave your house without seeing hearts everywhere. Or at least the particular combination of curves and a point that we call a heart. Whether you love or hate Valentine’s Day, you have to admit that the heart symbol is the greatest accidental logo in history. What other shape... Read More
Today, I’m going to show you how to create an inspirational typographic poster using some of Illustrator’s basic tools and handy keyboard shortcuts. Truth be told, I love inspirational and witty quotes, especially on design and creativity.
Last week Uber announced some big news – the multi-national ride-sharing company has launched a full rebrand.
Feeling inspired by the Lunar New Year celebrations all around us this week, we felt the need to dive a little deeper into East Asian aesthetics (if only we could do so in person!). We did a little bit of dreaming about where we would start a tour of contemporary East Asian art and design.
Over the past two weeks, we asked our designers, customers and staff to nominate their favorite designs from 2015. Now it’s time to vote on the finalists!
In a sea of similar items, how do you make your product packaging stand out? One of our favorite ways is by complicating it a little with 2016’s coolest packaging trend. Designers are imbuing their designs with texture, giving packaging a tactile quality that drives shoppers to grab them off the shelf.
February’s here and that means another group of Creative Challengers! We’ve selected 9 amazing designs that didn’t win their respective contests, but deserve one more chance at glory.
I know nothing about popular music. I haven’t listened to an album released since 1978, despite having been born in 1981.1 I had to Google the difference between “Album of the Year” and “Record of the Year.”2 So you’ll believe me when I say, few people are more qualified to judge an album only by its... Read More
Personality transforms a basic site into an engaging, entertaining one. It’s what convinces first-time visitors to keep clicking and repeat visitors to come back. However, once you’ve added personality in all the obvious places – like your copy, visuals, fonts, and color scheme – you might not know what else to personalize.
Where sports go, graphic design is not far behind. From big scale branding of major pro teams to the design of your local little league logo, there is someone behind the scenes, utilizing imagery to delineate teams. And that goes double — nay, infinitely multiplied – for products available to consumers of sporting goods.