Don’t miss the extended deadline! Last chance to show off your in-house team’s best work! As a company best known for creating other people’s beautiful business cards, the MOO teams wanted to make sure their own cards were no less impactful. “We were tasked with making cards that were very ‘MOO’ while also appealing to … Read moreHolding All the Cards: MOO’s Award Winning In-House Design
Register today for the free course “5 Skills Every Design Needs to Know.” In my last article titled “Do You Know What Keeps Your Ideal Clients Up at Night?” I explained why your ideal clients will be much more responsive and open to hearing from you when you address their pain points in your self-promotion. … Read moreHow to Find Your Ideal Client’s Pain Points
In small but mighty design studios, and on big, talented teams; within corporate walls or from the comfort of home studios—wherever you look today, countless creatives are making important contributions to both the design industry and the world at large. Most definitely there are more than 100 of these design heroes—more like thousands upon thousands. … Read more100 Designers Everyone Should Know — Part 1
Register today for the free course “5 Skills Every Design Needs to Know.” One of the biggest mistakes I see designers make in their own self-promotion is talking only about themselves and their work. Wait, what? That may not make sense, but stay with me. It’s not that your clients don’t care about you or … Read moreDo You Know What Keeps Your Ideal Clients Up at Night?
For Inclusive Design to Succeed, It Must Be Seen as a Competitive Differentiator Jason Brush, Global EVP, Experiences & Innovation at POSSIBLE “Inclusive design” is a simple idea: design things to be accessible and relevant to as many people as possible. It is a broad-reaching, foundational design principle applicable to everything from architecture (e.g., ensure … Read moreThe Case for Inclusive Design
As a type designer, what if you had an idea for a typeface, and had begun experimenting with its design, but didn’t have the resources to continue the work? Future Fonts could help with that. Or as a graphic designer, you were looking for “fresh fonts” that haven’t been used over and over again—wanting something … Read moreFuture Fonts on the Future of Fonts
Here at HOW, we love a good book cover, and ever since we got a taste of the book-design scene at Riverhead Books, we’ve been wanting to take a look at work by other designers and art directors working in-house at publishing companies. And so we’re excited to showcase 23 book covers—some of which have won … Read more23 Cool Book Covers by In-House Designers
Get published in HOW’s first-ever design compendium. Learn more. When 32 countries take the 2018 World Cup field in Russia for the most-watched sporting event in the world, every country walks onto the pitch with its own piece of design in the form of a uniform, created specifically for the event and to convey a … Read moreWorld Cup the Grandest Stage for Sports Design