Category Archives: Design History

Dieter Rams’ 10 principles of good design.

Dieter Rams’ 10 principles of good design. So far, my design career has been somewhat unorthodox. My last internship was with Forest City Enterprises; as part of their HR department, I helped create materials to encourage FC associates to use

Dieter Rams’ 10 principles of good design.

Dieter Rams’ 10 principles of good design. So far, my design career has been somewhat unorthodox. My last internship was with Forest City Enterprises; as part of their HR department, I helped create materials to encourage FC associates to use

Logo Design Love.

http://www.logodesignlove.com/ “Logo Design Love is a website (and book) devoted to the design of logos and brand identities. Launched as a side-project in January 2008, the blog is usually updated once or twice a week.” This is a great place

Logo Design Love.

http://www.logodesignlove.com/ “Logo Design Love is a website (and book) devoted to the design of logos and brand identities. Launched as a side-project in January 2008, the blog is usually updated once or twice a week.” This is a great place

Hi-Quality Vintage Posters. Classic designs, free for all.

Hi-Quality Vintage Posters. Classic designs, free for all. Check out this great collection of vintage posters. While they are ready to print at 300 dpi, the dimensions can be sort of small-the test print I chose at random (alright, not-so-randomly;

Hi-Quality Vintage Posters. Classic designs, free for all.

Hi-Quality Vintage Posters. Classic designs, free for all. Check out this great collection of vintage posters. While they are ready to print at 300 dpi, the dimensions can be sort of small-the test print I chose at random (alright, not-so-randomly;

AIGA design archives.

With over 20,000 records, 50,000 images, and 300 collections, the AIGA Design Archives is a portal for students, a vast resource for educators, and a mecca for designers. The archival selections are colorful and eclectic, featuring posters, book design, information

AIGA design archives.

With over 20,000 records, 50,000 images, and 300 collections, the AIGA Design Archives is a portal for students, a vast resource for educators, and a mecca for designers. The archival selections are colorful and eclectic, featuring posters, book design, information