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Remote Work Digital Nomads Study 2018 - The Anywhere Workers

A study by<p>Anywhere Workers<p>Watch video<p>There’s a new generation of workers who won’t be tied to any one place. They can’t be restricted by the confines …

Remote Working

The Anywhere Workers - Remote work & Digital Nomad Study (2018)

Remote Working

Interview, July 1990

<b>In the first of a new series by Ian Birch, we take a look at this cover starring Denzel Washington photographed by Herb Ritts, and interviewed by</b> …

Trumpeter

John May, writer/archivist

<b>This week we immerse ourselves in John May’s magazine collection. The freelance author, journalist and editor has worked in print for almost fifty</b> …

Archives

The graceful restoration of a 200-year-old serif typeface shows the problem with digital fonts

In the early 1800s, a talented German punchcutter by the name of Justus Enrich Walbaum created a typeface that signaled modernity. A departure from the Blackletter fonts that were common in German books at that time, Walbaum designed a “warm and stylish” Roman typeface that would become a favorite …

Typography

Michael Bierut on how to reinvent a legacy brand

The Pentagram partner, who recently redesigned MIT’s century-old Technology Review, weighs in with some tips.<p>This month, the the 118-year old <i>MIT Technology Review</i> launches the first issue of its redesign, featuring a new visual identity and editorial look. The strategic overhaul of the print …

Graphic Design

Most people can’t identify a lower case ‘G’

Scientists have discovered that most people can’t identify the correct form of a lower case letter “g,” despite seeing it daily in printed material …

Read this eerily accurate 1999 prediction of the iPhone and the death of privacy

Is there anything <i>Star Trek</i> writers can’t predict?<p>Eight years before the first iPhone was released in 2007, science fiction writer David Gerrold was asked to write a column on the future of computing for a now-defunct magazine called <i>Sm@rt Reseller</i>. <b>His description sounds eerily similar to the device</b> …

Three Lessons From John Maeda’s Design in Tech Report

Every year, John Maeda releases a report called Design in Tech. It’s a nearly 100 slide, 30,000-foot view of the design industry as seen through a …

Design

A literal world map

This is a map of the literal translations for the names of the world’s countries (bigger size). Some of the translations include:Panama: Place of …

Rabbits

You can now access 400,000 free high-res images from the Metropolitan Museum of Art

A year ago, New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art embarked on an ambitious project to give everyone free access to images in its collection. Using the Creative Commons zero license (CC0), the third most visited museum in the world has essentially turned over a trove of high resolution images to any …

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Designing the news - Film

How do you unpack stories in the most engaging way while building a credible and comprehensive brand? Monocle Films showcases best design for paper …

Reconstructivism

Moscow’s modernist buildings were denounced by Stalin and then neglected. But as Noah Sneider discovered, they are now being restored by a new …

How Paul Rand presented logos to clients

Mason began, “The trade mark, which in the spacious days before the invention of the corporate image could afford to live in a measure of ornamental …

A modern engineer building classic bicycle frames – in pictures

Photographs by Christopher Thomond, Edited by Natasha Rees-Bloor

Onym

Naming is hard. Names, after all, are perhaps the most indelible artifacts of the product creation process. Brands are redesigned with a lustrum …

The History of Graphic Design: Volume One charts iconic work from 1890–1959

The History of Graphic Design 1890–1959 <i>is a hefty book with an equally weighty mission – to chart the most iconic and important landmark works of the</i> …

Season’s Greetings from Paul Rand, Milton Glaser, Elaine Lustig Cohen + the Eames’

If anyone can turn a Christmas tree into an esoteric design joke, it would be Milton Glaser. The proof is in the archives of the Herb Lubalin Center …

Graphic Design

Information is Beautiful 2017 – take a look at the best infographics and data visualisations of this year

These 13 award-winning beautiful and in-depth infographics, data visualisations and information designs explore the effects of Trump, climate change, …

Infographics

9 Big Design Trends That Will Shape 2018

Inclusiveness. Value. And super-powered AI.<p>Everyone thought 2016 was bad. That was before 2017. Over the past year, we learned Russia used social media ads to meddle in our election. Our data was stolen from Equifax, Yahoo, and Uber. It felt like virtually every man in a position of power was …

Michael Bierut says never trust a designer who doesn't like to read

Designers are geniuses at style, but rarely expected to wrestle with the words.<p>According to graphic design legend Michael Bierut, this long standing cliché about the division of creative labor needs to change. “I’m very suspicious about hiring graphic designers who don’t seem to be enthusiastic …

Graphic Design

Future Prediction Illustrations of the Year 2000 Created by People From 1900

Not just a funny sketch from the Conan O'Brien show, <i>In the Year 2000</i> was also a clever marketing campaign by German chocolate brand Hildebrand's. Just in time for the turn of the 20th century, the chocolatier commissioned 12 postcards predicting what life would be like 100 years in the …

North Pole

How Pentagram’s Michael Bierut Picks A Typeface

Once “typographically promiscuous,” Bierut has a simple method for selecting typefaces–as detailed in this exclusive excerpt from his forthcoming book “Now You See It and Other Essays on Design.”<p>For the first 10 years of my career, I worked for Massimo Vignelli, a designer who is legendary for …

Speciality retail: Verona - Film

This Italian city has a long tradition of typography – and the business still has a story to tell. Letterpress workshop-cum-store Lino’s & Co updates …

Letterpress

Introducing: Aardman Nathan Love!

What You Can Learn from the Evolution of the NBC Logo

In case you think logo bashing is a modern sport, the Trapezoid N (seen to the left) met with widespread derision at the time; for example, Saturday …

Mashups

London's Hidden Tunnels Revealed In Amazing Cutaways

Piccadilly Circus tube station by Renzo Picasso, 1929. Pedants may note that the traffic flow has been reversed, as it would be in Italy. Copyright, …

England