What kind of change are you vowing to make for 2014? For the next month we focus on folks in the graphic arts and industries doing things that make a real difference to others. First off, Angela Ferraro-Fanning, an eco-friendly graphic and website designer from Bernardsville, New Jersey who is passionate about building a sustainable future. And she has a ...
Once a year comes the (dreaded) assignment for designers: the company holiday card. It must be non-denominational, non-political, and of course, cool. Most designers fall into one of two camps: Either they love doing them or they … do them. Connecticut designer Fred Schaub reminds us of the joy that designing holiday cards can bring, […]
The rumors of Steve Gordon's retirement from the design business are greatly exaggerated. He has not left the design business: he's expanded his focus. He says, "Running River City Social Club expands and strengthens my ability to promote RDQLUS. It's another example of me striving to get audiences to understand and acknowledge that the reason they know about ...
As many times as you’ve looked at a menu, have you ever really looked at it? Now, you’re tasked with designing a menu for a new client. According to Gregg Rapp, a pioneer in the psychology of restaurant menu planning for the past 30 years, menu design is much more than putting a pretty face on a list of entrées. Gregg offers a unique eye for shaping the ...