graphic design

How to Design Banner Ads that People Actually Want to Click

How to Design Banner Ads that People Actually Want to Click

Banner ads are the most ubiquitous form of marketing on the Internet. Since the days of Geocities and MySpace, banner ads have peppered the World Wide Web, adve... »

How Google Taught Itself Good Design

How Google Taught Itself Good Design

“I had just assumed that Google was hostile to designers,” says Matias Duarte one afternoon this summer. We’re in a drab Google conference roo... »

NBC’s Iconic “Today Show” Rebrands, with a Cheerier Sunrise

NBC’s Iconic “Today Show” Rebrands, with a Cheerier Sunrise

For over 60 years, as certain as the rising of the sun that marks its logo, NBC’s Today show has risen along with America. So how do you go about redesign... »

Font Fail: Pepsi Teams Up with Rape?

Font Fail: Pepsi Teams Up with Rape?

It’s hard to imagine an advertising error greater than this one: Pepsi partnered with Japanese clothing company BAPE (A Bathing Ape) to cross-brand Pepsi ... »

Chrome Beta for Android APK Reveals a Redesigned, Flat Google Logo with Lighter Colors

Chrome Beta for Android APK Reveals a Redesigned, Flat Google Logo with Lighter Colors

A number of technology firms including Yahoo and Motorola Mobility have redesigned their logos recently in a bid to refresh their public image. Now, it looks li... »

99designs Ran a Contest to Find the Best Alternative Yahoo logo – Here’s the Winner

99designs Ran a Contest to Find the Best Alternative Yahoo logo – Here’s the Winner

Yahoo announced earlier this month that it will introduce a new corporate logo on September 5, and that prompted the folks at crowdsourced design site99designs ... »

Designing Apps for iOS 7? Check Out This Cheat Sheet First

Designing Apps for iOS 7? Check Out This Cheat Sheet First

If you’re a developer keenly awaiting the release of Apple’s iOS 7 mobile operating system and are currently trying to revamp your app in line with the new look... »

Explore the Entire Cosmos of Comics in This Book of Infographics

Explore the Entire Cosmos of Comics in This Book of Infographics

When you think about it, Batman has slugged an awful lot of guys throughout the last few decades. Likewise, over the years, Superman has confronted an entire ra... »

Yahoo Ditches its Hokey ’90s-Era Logo

Yahoo Ditches its Hokey ’90s-Era Logo

Good or bad, Yahoo’s logo has long been a cheerily oblivious snapshot of mid-1990s design trends. Back in 1995, when the original Yahoo logo made its debut, the... »

20 Parallax iOS 7 Wallpapers Ready to Download

20 Parallax iOS 7 Wallpapers Ready to Download

Editors Note: Reddit user Dan Bakes (and on Twitter) kindly took the time to round up and share these 20 parallax iOS 7 wallpapers with you lucky readers. Enjoy... »

PepsiCo Designer: ‘Listen to Your Customers–But Don’t Believe Them’

PepsiCo Designer: ‘Listen to Your Customers–But Don’t Believe Them’

When it comes to innovation, playing it safe is too easy. But nurturing growth and true innovation means taking risks, said Mauro Porcini, chief design officer ... »

Think Different: Design with Windows

Think Different: Design with Windows

I’m a designer who spends most of my time on Windows. Phew…! I’m glad I got that off my chest. Before I’m ostracized for my choice of OS, let me explain how I g... »

How Dribbble Became the Most Influential Online Platform for Graphic Designers

How Dribbble Became the Most Influential Online Platform for Graphic Designers

Design is paramount to the success of any new or developing startup. While the original idea and core functionality should always take precedence, there’s a gro... »

Forget Flat Design. Spend Your Time Making Something Beautiful

Forget Flat Design. Spend Your Time Making Something Beautiful

In design, trends are fleeting. From Art Deco to Swiss Style to Grunge, design movements come in waves and unsurprisingly, the Internet is accelerating our tast... »

See Your Favorite Brands’ Logos Redesigned with Added Reality

See Your Favorite Brands’ Logos Redesigned with Added Reality

The central premise of Dudley Moore’s 1990 film, Crazy People, was as simple as it was radical: what if ads gave warts-and-all assessments of the products they ... »

Pay As Little As $1 for More Than 30 Typefaces

Pay As Little As $1 for More Than 30 Typefaces

Name-your-own price bundles are all the rage. A collection of creators pool their products in one big package, and shoppers get to name how much they want to pa... »

This Design Tool Lets You Compare the Differences Between Two Fonts

This Design Tool Lets You Compare the Differences Between Two Fonts

Like when comparing Arial to Helvetica, it’s not always easy to catch the subtle differences between two different typefaces. This is why Tiff has our attention... »

The Anatomy of a Successful Logo Redesign

The Anatomy of a Successful Logo Redesign

Familiar logos are like overly attentive suitors: They’re so naggingly present that their charms are lost to you–until, one day, they’re gone. Then you re... »

How to Conduct Your Own Google Design Sprint

How to Conduct Your Own Google Design Sprint

At Google Ventures, we do product design work with startups all the time. Since we want to move fast and they want to move fast, we’ve optimized a process that ... »

What’s Next For The Team Behind Paper?

What’s Next For The Team Behind Paper?

It was never destined to be just another iPad app. Paper, by FiftyThree, was built from the psychological remnants of Microsoft’s beloved, canceled Courier proj... »

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