This week's book of the week is the Superpowers of Visual Storytelling by Laura Stanton and David LaGesse
We present our book of the week: Susan Weinschenk's collection of 100 Things Every Designer Needs to Know About People.
You’ve probably never heard of Will Burtin, a German information designer who pioneered human-centered design principles before they were a buzzword. Now, a new book about Burtin’s work hopes to give him his due.
A list of 17 design fails that'll make you burst out laughing, courtesy of reddit's r/CrappyDesign. Because sometimes life is full of happy accidents.
Our book of the week is none other than Don Norman's The Design of Everyday Things, considered the essential guide to human-centered design.
Designers can influence politicians by proposing "10,000 little steps" to improve the world, according to speakers at Dezeen's final Good Design for a Bad World talk at Dutch Design Week.
Most cities have brands. New York has a blocky typographic logo. Philadelphia’s logo is a graphic of the Liberty Bell, with the slogan “Life, liberty, and you.” But Gainesville, Florida, has gone in the opposite direction with its new identity: debranding, rather than rebranding.
Among the many ways to get your logo, you’re sure to run into the online logo maker. It seems like a dream come true: it’s cheap, fast and easy. But with copyright issues and questionable quality, is the reality up to par?
Not that you would ever do that on purpose or anything. Drop these on your designer friends to get some really golden reactions. Never gets old!
Our book of the week is The Design Thinking Playbook by Michael Lewrick, Patrick Link, and Larry Leifer. This great book has been described as an actionable guide to the future of business.