David has more than 20 years experience providing conceptual direction for Fortune 500 companies and serves as a consultant to leaders and marketing executives of small and medium businesses. Langton Cherubino Group is a communications design firm, based in NYC, dedicated to improving the way that businesses and their audiences interact. Its visual, messaging, and interactive solutions provide the visual intelligence needed to inform and captivate and have served some of the best-known names in health care, finance, business... CONTINUE READING
Christine Medley is an assistant professor of graphic design at Marywood University in Scranton, Pennsylvania where she teaches interactive design, print and package design, printmaking and typography. She promotes eco-friendly design practices and service learning projects in the classroom. Her current research and image making is letterpress printing where she has recently set up a small studio with wood type and a proofing press. Other teaching experience has included distance learning for Montgomery College, Rockville, MD and for the... CONTINUE READING
Rafiq Elmansy is a graphic designer and book author in the field of design, with more than 12 years of experience in graphic design. His experience in graphic design includes working on different design projects for clients around the world. He currently owns his design studio, Pixel Consultations. Rafiq is also an author in the field of graphic design; he writes articles and books for various magazines and websites. He has the following two books published: Photoshop 3D for... CONTINUE READING
Donna Farrugia is executive director of The Creative Group, a specialized staffing firm placing a comprehensive range of interactive, design, marketing, advertising and public relations professionals with a variety of organizations. In this position, she manages operations for the firm’s locations in major markets throughout the United States and Canada. Donna has presented at industry events, including the HOW Design Conference, the American Advertising Federation National Conference and the American Marketing Association’s International Collegiate Conference. She also has delivered... CONTINUE READING
It’s still a work in progress but the new GraphicDesign.com is officially live and, wow, how much better does it look now? Thanks to a very enthusiastic and helpful advisory board and team here at GraphicDesign.com we hope to serve the graphic design industry in a positive way. GraphicDesign.com has been under development for a while now. As a leading source of news and information devoted entirely to the graphic design industry as well as featuring a directory of... CONTINUE READING
David Hong, owner and founder of Pneuma Design, is a motion graphics and visual effects artist with 9 years of experience in the industry. He believes stories have the power to carry a brand’s message in a clear, consistent, and compelling manner. Stories not only drive brand distinction, but also provide a means for a company to engage its employees and electrify audiences. Whether he’s crafting a show package, rebranding a network, or building a startup, the brand story... CONTINUE READING
Kelly is the Boston Team Manager of Vitamin T – a new division of Aquent, the largest creative talent agency in the world. As a tenured Agent and Talent Recruiter with 10 years of making great connections happen, Kelly is an advocate, a matchmaker, a bundle of energy, a storyteller – and most importantly a relationship builder. Prior to joining Vitamin T/Aquent, Kelly finished her Master’s of Science in International Relations and Comparative Politics and contributed as an author... CONTINUE READING
With the HOW Design Conference coming up, I thought I’d find out a little more about the event. There are a total of four events that take place concurrently over a period of 4 days. But which one should one attend? Or is it worth attending all four? Ilise Benun, owner of marketing-mentor.com and national speaker / founder of the Creative Freelancer Conference (with HOW magazine) and SueAnn Stein, Marketing Manager of HowDesign Live, tell me all about it…... CONTINUE READING
Susie is the president of Vitamin T, a new division of Aquent, the largest creative talent agency in the world. She has worked with creatives for over 12 years helping build careers, restructure departments and solve business problems for huge brands and small businesses throughout North America. Over a dozen years ago Susie joined Aquent as an Interactive Agent – just in time for the explosion of interactive technology that continues today. She’s held a variety of leadership roles... CONTINUE READING
Q: So DeeDee, you are renowned as a youth-culture expert and trend researcher. How and when did it all start? A: When I was younger I started consulting with a number of companies selling trends. I realized that these companies and brands didnʼt have a lot of accurate information about what was happening in youth culture. At the time, there was a huge need gap for information like this. Thatʼs how the light bulb initially went off for me.... CONTINUE READING
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