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Great designers understand how to balance content with design - using design to complement content and guide user experience.
Design leader Chris Cashdollar weighs in here on his strategy with the US Holocaust Memorial Museum site redesign:
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Tell the suits to take note of the new rules of #leadership: Design-minded individuals are in a prime position to be the strong #leaders in top business roles. By @RiseoftheDEO >>> http://bit.ly/rules_of_leadership
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Did you miss HOW Design Live? Have no fear, the recordings of the conference are here! Download the 2014 Conference Collection: http://ow.ly/yHCXK
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Looking to upgrade your Pantone guides and add a little Radiant Orchid to your life? For a limited time, get a FREE PANTONE® Radiant Orchid Travel Mug when you get the PANTONE® Plus Series Essentials bundle! Get yours now: http://ow.ly/yHw2a
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Tell us what you think about this: Graphic designer Frida Larios has created a new Maya writing system intended to honor Maya language and bring it into contemporary life and culture. >>> http://bit.ly/maya-writing-system
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“Man . . . What a Blade!" - Steven Heller looks at '40s razor packaging: http://bit.ly/1sKSOc1
Steven Heller shares his love of razor packaging and shows an example from the the late '40s promoting PAL's "feather touch" shaves.
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Steven Heller looks at another cover created by legendary designer Lucian Bernhard: http://bit.ly/1nbMRM3
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These "Interiors" magazine covers from 1953-54 show just how good of a commercial illustrator Andy Warhol really was: http://bit.ly/1vWJmhK
As Steven Heller explains, Andy Warhol was known as a commercial illustrator -- these covers from 1953-54 for "Interiors" magazine reveal just how good he was.
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What kind of designer are you? Expand your skill set to incorporate aspects of branding, typography, and web design with the Multi-disciplinary Designer Kit, and boost your versatility! Get yours now: http://ow.ly/yHAOF
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Before Vanity Fair, there were several other Vanity Fair magazines. Learn more @ The Daily Heller: @stevenheller
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Being agile is about releasing early and often...
Consider a new approach to the same old waterfall technique in your next design endeavor:

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Working the waterfall method for every design project? Get the skinny on iterative methodologies, like Agile development for design: SCRUM to Spiral ...
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“Man . . . What a Blade!" - Steven Heller looks at '40s razor packaging: http://bit.ly/1sKSOc1
Steven Heller shares his love of razor packaging and shows an example from the the late '40s promoting PAL's "feather touch" shaves.
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The best in visual culture and design since 1940.
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Print is a bimonthly magazine about visual culture and design. Founded in 1940 by William Edwin Rudge, Print is dedicated to showcasing the extraordinary in design on and off the page. Covering a field as broad as communication itself—publication and book design, animation and motion graphics, corporate branding and rock posters, exhibitions and street art, typographyPrint covers commercial, social, and environmental design from every angle. Engagingly written by cultural reporters and critics who look at design in its social, political, and historical contextsPrint explores why our world looks the way it looks, and why the way it looks matters.