Tuesday, May 24, 2022
Ellen Lupton, award-winning author of Thinking with Type and How Posters Work, demonstrates how storytelling shapes great design with her new book, and our book of the week, "Design is Storytelling."

Book of the Week: How To

The first monograph, design manual, and manifesto by Michael Bierut, one of the world’s most renowned graphic designers—a career retrospective that showcases more than thirty-five of his most noteworthy projects for clients as the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Yale School of Architecture, the New York Times, Saks Fifth Avenue, and the New York Jets, and reflects eclectic enthusiasm and accessibility that has been the hallmark of his career.
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.
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.
Designing a new logo is harder than it looks. Even when designers come up with something they have never seen before it does not necessarily mean their design is entirely original.
Design Agency Cue proves they have a sense of humor this April Fools. They've taken the time to develop seven new case studies, from the Dollar Taco to the Tini Car. With wit, humor, and creativity, they've made this April Fool's day a fun one for the world of design.
Millennials are certainly quite different from the previous generations, and this is mostly due to the significant changes in technology, but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. In fact, there are many positives.
Women Design, a new title by Libby Sellers, profiles a selection of the most dynamic female designers from the modern era, showcasing their finest work and celebrating their enduring influence.
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.
There's a lot more going on in your brain than meets the eye when you spot McDonald's golden arches or Nike's signature swoosh. Take a look at how your brain processes a logo with a great infographic here!