Harbinger Sign (Jacksonville, Fla.) has created Harbinger Innovation Group to assist clients with brand strategy.
Hong Kong's visual arts museum has produced a documentary on the art and craft of neon.
Studio SC is moving to new Seattle offices.
TED celebrated its 30th anniversary by moving the annual TED Conference from Long Beach to Vancouver.
How can design, and specifically EGD, support and enhance the healing mission in today’s complex healthcare environments?
SEGD Well: Healthcare Innovations Workshop, held last week in Cincinnati, set out to find the answers to that question.
So what are the answers? Well, you kind of had to be there. But we’re willing to share a peek at what you missed.
Clue: It’s much bigger than wayfinding or mobile apps.
Every moment of every day is now pregnant with the possibility of new information – devices are persistently within reach 24 hours a day, chirping for our attention. We have the power to change the paradigm.
Signs designed by Cloud Gehshan Associates for the Philadelphia Water Department's "Green City, Clean Waters," program made their debut at the 2014 Philadelphia Flower Show.
The Toronto Financial District engaged Entro (Toronto) to develop a Public Realm Strategy brochure for the members of the BIA with the goal of improving Toronto’s Financial District.
The JUST IMAGINE Awards celebrate the work of designers who turn their creative vision into reality using LuciteLux®.
Coinciding with a renovation, a permanent exhibition showcasing the work and personal items of the Pulitzer Prize-winning composer and longtime Academy member Charles Ives was developed by Poulin + Morris.
After 35 years, Hunt Design is memorializing some of its favorite projects in a new book titled Great Places.
Pentagram’s Michael Bierut and team have created a new graphic installation for a stairwell at the Museum of the City of New York that pays tribute to the city, its people and their many ups and downs.
Design Communications Ltd. announced the move of their New York City office to a new location.
Entro (Toronto) created a wayfinding and interpretive signage program for Riverwood, a property in central Mississauga featuring public gardens, a visual arts centre, heritage buildings, old growth and Carolinian forests, meadowlands, wetlands, wildlife habitats, and nature trails for the enjoyment of the community.
Alexander Isley, founder and creative director of Alexander Isley Inc. (Redding, Conn.), is a recipient of the 2014 AIGA Medal.
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HOK creates a high-energy, richly textured corporate environment for financial client TD Ameritrade. Learn more about this and other Branded Environments projects at Design+Connections at ISA Sign Expo April 24 in Orlando!
TD Ameritrade’s new 11-story headquarters complex consolidates more than 2,000 corporate, technology, and operations employees, located in five offices around Omaha, into one of the country’s largest LEED-Platinum buildings.
Alpha Workshops was in need of a donor recognition program for its newly renovated facility to honor its generous supporters. Poulin + Morris created, pro bono, an interlocking donor recognition wall inspired by the iconic Eames House of Cards.
As part of the Walker Center's Insights 2014 Design Lecture series, Lance Wyman, FSEGD, shared his perspective on branding and wayfinding and how, when combined, the two can have a profound impact on public space.
Entro announces the addition of new strategy and research services. Research will take a deeper role to support design at Entro at three key phases – as input to design, proof of concept, and post implementation.
Frost Design (Sydney) will host DesignByThem directors Nicholas Karlovasitis and Sarah Gibson as they reveal pivotal moments in the business and the invaluable discoveries they've made along the way.
The AIGA Medal, the highest honor of the design profession, is awarded to individuals in recognition of their achievements and contributions to the field of design and visual communication.
Ken Carbone of Carbone Smolan Agency (New York) shares what three leading furniture designers have to say about their craft in his fifth article in the "Great Design Made to Measure" series on Huffington Post.
Studio SC (Seattle) is creating an environmental graphics program for the Allen Institute for Brain Science in Seattle's South Lake Union neighborhood.
Global architecture and design firm Perkins+Will announced today that they have signed an agreement which will result in The Freelon Group joining forces with Perkins+Will.