Want to Design a Great Product? Go on a Field Trip
PRINT Magazine » Web & Interactive Design
by Owen Sanderson
2w ago
This industry op-ed is by Owen Sanderson, Director of Research & Design Strategy at IA Collaborative. Too often, designers get stuck in a loop. Even the best design teams can get bogged down in the theoretical, endlessly testing and iterating in hopes of creating the perfect new product, whether a new building, service or digital experience. But to design something truly innovative, sometimes it helps to turn off the computer and get outside. As a design leader, I often organize “analog research” field trips for my teams. When designing digital products for healthcare, retail, or financial ..read more
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PRINT Awards 2024 Student Spotlight: Winners in Packaging, Posters, IX/UX, Information Design & More
PRINT Magazine » Web & Interactive Design
by PRINT Awards
3w ago
Every year, the PRINT Awards jury is astounded by the quality of student entries and the extraordinary skill and dedication demonstrated in their work. This year, we opened up the PRINT Awards to students in every category. Here, we celebrate the amazing work in categories from packaging, motion graphics & video, IX/UX, posters, and environmental design to outdoor/billboards and data visualization/information design. Data Visualization/Information Design First Place Street Gum Dots Marching Symphony Jae Young Kim – Pratt Institute USA The Street Gum Dots project accumulated 100 findings i ..read more
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PRINT Awards 2024 Spotlight: Winners in Packaging, Motion, Environmental, Data Visualization & More
PRINT Magazine » Web & Interactive Design
by PRINT Awards
1M ago
From product packaging to data and experiential space, design tells a story so that consumers and individuals can make informed, inspired, and sometimes emotional decisions. This year, the PRINT Awards entries in a variety of categories, including packaging, data visualization, IX/UX and environmental design all told deeply moving stories that resonated with our jury. Data Visualization & Information Design First Place City Pulse 2023: The Future of Central Business Districts Minjung Lee – Gensler Research Institute USA Gensler’s City Pulse 2023 report examines the future of central busin ..read more
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The Abyssal Unseen: A Cabinet Of Curiosities For The Digital Age 
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by Amelia Nash
1M ago
Approximately 80% of the ocean remains unexplored, making it one of Earth’s least understood and mysterious regions. In my past life, I dreamt of being a marine biologist exploring these enigmatic depths. For now, I’ll have to satisfy my deep-sea curiosities with the captivating world of the Boldtron twins, who intertwine the enigmatic beauty of the deep ocean with their fascination for AI-crafted marvels. Artistic duo Xavier and Daniel, the Boldtron twins, have unveiled their latest collection, “The Vault of Wonders: Chapter 1—The Abyssal Unseen,” which showcases groundbreaking advancements ..read more
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Celebrating Excellence and Innovation: Announcing the Winners of the 2024 PRINT Awards
PRINT Magazine » Web & Interactive Design
by PRINT Awards
1M ago
For forty years, the PRINT Awards have taken the pulse of the design industry. A global competition since 2020, the winning entries in the 2024 PRINT Awards reflect—and celebrate—a range of visual design trends, such as a blend of technological advancements, creative explorations in type, texture, and color, and user-centric approaches in both print and digital—an exciting year for us all! New categories in this year’s awards program acknowledge the dynamic nature of design and the myriad ways designers integrate with their clients, the brands they represent, and their customers’ experiences ..read more
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Self-Curation is the Next Frontier for Art Galleries
PRINT Magazine » Web & Interactive Design
by YuJune Park and Caspar Lam
1M ago
This industry op-ed was written by YuJune Park and Caspar Lam of Synoptic Office. Art is still seen, for the most part, as something that relies on being viewed in person and as a cultural experience largely reserved for a ‘certain type’ of person. The art world can feel exclusionary on many grounds: geography (most larger galleries are in big cities like London, New York, or Berlin), accessibility (little provision been made has historically for things like disabilities and neurodivergence), diversity (of staff, artists, themes), and more.  In the early days of lockdown, many galleries a ..read more
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True Anomaly Launches Space Tech Brand Identity by Kontrapunkt
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by Amelia Nash
1M ago
Norman Vincent Peale’s adage, “Shoot for the Moon. Even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars,” is taken to heart with True Anomaly’s stellar new brand identity. Denver-based True Anomaly, a pioneer in integrating spacecraft, software, and AI to enhance national security and ensure space access for allies and commercial partners, has launched a new brand identity. This transformation, executed in collaboration with Danish strategic brand agency Kontrapunkt, showcases True Anomaly’s innovative edge in space security technologies. Central to the new identity is the logo, inspired by the Gree ..read more
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The Next Generation of Design is Inclusive
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by Brooke Viegut
2M ago
“The second-years are starting to redesign our bathrooms today!” Adriana Valdez Young welcomed me into a sunbathed design studio at the School of Visual Arts (SVA) in Chelsea. With a two-toned bob, scuffed white sneakers, and a sparkle in her eye, her enthusiasm for refreshing the porcelain palace was infectious. Redesigning bathrooms? In a graduate interaction design program?  “I’ve always been working towards a world in which design for people, design for good, and inclusive design is just good design,” said Young, design researcher and acting chair of the MFA Interaction Design program ..read more
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We’re in a Golden Age of TV: Ad Makers Need to Step Up Too
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by Guest Contributor
2M ago
The op-ed is by Darren Foldes, Partner and Head of Films at Sibling Rivalry, a brand studio and production company based in New York and Los Angeles. Leaning into the company’s “craft first” mantra, Darren has reshaped Sibling Rivalry Film’s roster of talent to be grounded in the present, while at the same time distinctly leaning towards the future. At the heart is a talented group of accomplished filmmakers, diverse artists, and above all, kind people. The rise of streamers like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, and Apple TV has catalyzed a (New) Golden Age of TV: episodic shows have bec ..read more
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Do You Have a Website Problem or a Branding Problem?
PRINT Magazine » Web & Interactive Design
by Deroy Peraza
3M ago
It’s a familiar scenario for many organizations: the marketing website feels outdated, confusing, and disconnected from what the organization truly represents. The straightforward solution seems to be a new website. Tangible engagement metrics on Google Analytics make it easier to persuade leadership to set aside funds to fix your primary channel for marketing and communications. But, what if the root of the problem lies deeper, in the very essence of your organization’s brand? Deciding what to invest in first should be based on the root cause of your symptoms. With several hundred projects un ..read more
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