Starbucks is keeping up with the sense of pace that they create and manage for its ubiquitous brand.
I recently wanted to read something on Design history since I really enjoy the subject and I find it so fascinating. And while looking for an interesting bit of Design history to read, I found DesignHistory.org. A site originally launched in 1999 by Nancy Stock-Allen as a companion to her lectures on Graphic Design History. … Continue reading Design History Primer 1: Symbols
Love to look at what others are doing? Looking for inspiration? Love to look at excellent design? Head on over to the AIGA Design Archives, which feature selection from AIGA’s Annual Design Competitions. Covering everything from Brand and Identity Systems Design to Book Design, you’ll find a wealth of resources. With a sleek interface that’s … Continue reading Nice to see you: AIGA Design Archives
The International Olympic Committee has taken bids to determine which city will host the 31st Olympic Games in 2016. Chicago, Madrid, Rio de Janeiro, and Tokyo are going head to head and are doing everything they possibly can to win the prestigious spot as an Olympic host. And of course, they all went the extra mile and each city already has an official logo ready.