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Shape the Future of Design at HIDC

Become a catalyst for creative innovation at the HOW Interactive Design Conference. Designers today thrive in the digital space.

Strengthen Your Client Relationships with Strategic Services

Listen and learn from lively conversations about the business of creativity and creativity in business.

How to Build a Brand with Character

From Planter’s Peanuts to Caterpillar, consumers connect with brands that have personalities they respect.

Design Links: A Chain of Creative Inspiration, Part 6

Editor’s Note: This is part six in Emily Potts’ inspirational series, Design Links. Every other week, will feature three artists whose work offers fresh, fun and stimulating creative inspiration.

Comic Books Today, an Omnivore’s Delight

Today’s comic books offer a diverse selection of artists and writers, who are reimagining heroes and heroines for readers of all ages, and they’re also creating new characters to enjoy.

Ties That Bind: 4 Quick Creative Team-Building Exercises

Mixing business with pleasure can be a tricky task. But, if done right, it can strengthen the ties that bind your creative team.

Ologie’s Third Space: The Ultimate Creativity Boost

Where do you draw inspiration from? Attend the HOW Interactive Design Conference in Chicago for the ultimate creativity boost.

Work-Life Balance Tips from HOW Design Live Moms in Business

If you enjoyed HOW Design Live as much as we did and you’re keen to expand your horizons in the digital space, we invite you to join us at the HOW Interactive Design Conference in San Francisco, Chicago or Boston!

Scaling History: A Logo Design for the Ages

Ideogram has received praise from all corners of the world regarding its logo design for Oxlot 9, which was the reader’s choice winner in HOW’s Logo Design Awards last year.

Bringing Down the In-House: XX Stellar In-House Design Projects

It’s Christmas in July at MyDesignShop! July 24-26, you’ll automatically take $25 off when you spend $50 or more!

5 Font Issues—And How to Prevent Them

Editor’s Note: The following piece on design problems that can happen with fonts was contributed by Jim Kidwell of Extensis.

Patrick McNeil on HIDC: A Fresh Look at UX Design

A lot has been asked of designers over the last 10 to 15 years. As interactive design has slowly dominated the design landscape designers have had to retool.

Interview: Mondo Creative Director Jay Shaw at Comic-Con

by Chris Jalufka, In July of each year a legion of film and comic book fans descends on Downtown San Diego for Comic-Con International.

16 Animated Logos to Check Out

We have some news about this year’s Logo Design Awards, folks. In a nutshell, it’s going to be better than ever.

Mastering a Communication Plan To Get a Client’s OK

Wading into the business side of graphic design means finding a way to communicate effectively with clients.

Discovering the Heart of the Heartland: The Great Kansas City

Image courtesy of Tad Carpenter Discovering the Heart of the Heartland: The Great Kansas City by Neil Brown It’s 3:45pm.

How to Work From Anywhere

Looking for a change of scenery? Find your creative freedom by designing virtually, from virtually any place you desire.

Graphic Design Portfolios: The New Online Resume

Building an online portfolio is possibly the most important step you can take in your graphic design career.

Sassie in Seattle: The Creative Space of Smashing Ideas

Forget stuffy cubicles and fluorescent lighting—how are designers and artists supposed to produce clever creations in cookie cutter spaces?

HOW Interactive Design Conference: Announcing New Speakers

Have you registered for HIDC yet? Join us at the HOW Design Interactive Conference! HIDC is for the designer working through complex processes, across platforms, and trying to please both the boss and the client.