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It has been almost six months since we began publishing “The
Weekly Wraparound.” We're pausing now to consider new ways of collecting and
sharing the best design stories with you, and we’d love to know: What have
you thought of this feature so far?
You can find
all past Wraparounds here. Have you enjoyed the list format with brief
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Top stories this week: Happy Cog’s live redesign, Jezebel borrowing from SVA, Design Envy picks from Able Parris and more.
Top stories this week: A new partner at Pentagram, Bloomberg Businessweek’s newfound edge, learning responsive design as you go, Design Envy picks from Joan Raspo and more.
Top stories this week: redesigns, Facebook’s IPO, IxDA People’s Choice Award, a dearth of critical discourse on design, Design Envy picks from Jonnie Hallman and more.
Sam Harrison, author of IdeaSelling, describes what he calls the tyranny of low expectations—when employees gradually lose their incentive to generate fresh ideas because they anticipate rejection. That mind-set is the death of creativity, and why it’s critical for in-house designers to tweak their selling techniques to get, and start to expect, more wins. Here are five tips.
Section: Tools and Resources -
in-house issues, motivation, INitiative
Kit Hinrichs is an expert in corporate communications, an avid collector, and a 2004 AIGA Medalist. For most of his professional life he has been fascinated by the multitudinous ways in which the American people have graphically interpreted red and white stripes and a blue field with white stars, and his 3,000-piece-strong collection of American flags and American flag memorabilia has formed the basis of several exhibitions and books.
Section: Inspiration -
communication design, corporate design, AIGA Medal
robimufaceh (Kyran Henry)
@cratmopobicirc, Mickey Mouse #light bulb - how cute for a kid's room #decor #design #home #Followback
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OPEN 2013 Exhibition at the Corcoran
December 04, 2013
Call for entries: “Justified: AIGA Design Competition”
Aldo Comfort and Fit Packaging
Writing for Visual Thinkers
Vaska Natural Detergent
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA) 2009 Summer Campaign