Graphic Design News Page 49

  • Posted: February 1 2021 @ 5:00 | From:

    COVID-19 Data Can Feel Impersonal. ‘The New York Times’ Built A Massive Visualization To Change That

    We’ve seen a devastating onslaught of COVID-19 data over the past year. The virus has killed more than 430,000 people in the U.S. and more than 2 million people around the world. These numbers can be daunting, and after nearly a year of public health restrictions, it’s easy to get numb to what they... Read more

  • Posted: February 1 2021 @ 4:00 | From:

    Nike’s New Flyease Go Shoes Snap Right Onto Your Feet

    In 2008, then-Nike CEO Mark Parker learned that the company’s first employee had suffered a stroke and lost the use of one hand. So Parker put one of his top designers, Tobie Hatfield, onto making a shoe that required limited dexterity. By 2015, that prototype—a gift to a single employee—evolved int... Read more

  • Posted: February 1 2021 @ 3:01 | From:

    Why We Should All Be Promoting Creative Brilliance

    When Ben Kay discovered that Fernando Machado, CMO of Burger King, was tweeting about copywriting, he was impressed, and wondered why creatives aren’t doing the same The post Why we should all be promoting creative brilliance appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: February 1 2021 @ 3:00 | From:

    Millions Of Toothbrushes Go Into Landfills Each Year. Colgate Is Trying To Make A Dent In That

    Our landfills are a graveyard for old, plastic toothbrushes. Last year, 495 million nonelectric toothbrushes were purchased in the U.S. They’re not recyclable, which means the vast majority get tossed or end up in the ocean. Colgate, which sells 30% of the world’s toothbrushes, is trying to cut down... Read more

  • Posted: February 1 2021 @ 2:50 | From:

    Lulu Wang’s Charming IPhone Short Explores The Fear Of The Unknown

    The latest Shot on iPhone ad celebrating the Chinese New Year comes from The Farewell director, and tells a tale of fear, friendship and the folkloric beast nian The post Lulu Wang’s charming iPhone short explores the fear of the unknown appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: February 1 2021 @ 2:48 | From:

    Coca-Cola Sidelines The Logo On Its Cans As Part Of New Personalised Campaign

    The Open to Better campaign sees Coke's cans redesigned with its usual logo replaced by text where customers can make personal pledges to do things differently in 2021 The post Coca-Cola sidelines the logo on its cans as part of new personalised campaign appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: February 1 2021 @ 2:43 | From:

    Twitter’s New Identity Reflects The Messiness Of Life Online

    Created by Twitter’s in-house team and French studio Irradié, the social media platform’s refreshed branding features an “intentionally imperfect” aesthetic and new brand font, Chirp The post Twitter’s new identity reflects the messiness of life online appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: February 1 2021 @ 2:41 | From:

    ‘Fast Company’ Is Accepting Applications For Its New Brands That Matter Ranking

    Calling all brands! Fast Company is excited to introduce a program to recognize Brands That Matter. The goal is to honor businesses and nonprofits that are more than the products they sell or the services they provide, that have achieved relevance through cultural impact and social engagement, and w... Read more

  • Posted: February 1 2021 @ 2:00 | From:

    I’m A Social Media Manager. Facebook And Twitter Have Made My Job An Ethical Nightmare

    In early January when a right-wing mob stormed into the United States Capitol, a lot of people seemed surprised. Unfortunately, I can’t say I was one of them. I’ve been along for the ride for years. I watched as QAnon grew from a few small fringe voices to a theory that sitting members of Congress a... Read more

  • Posted: January 29 2021 @ 8:50 | From:

    With GameStop, Robinhood Broke The Biggest Rule Of Branding

    The legend of Robin Hood is that of a heroic outlaw who steals from the rich to give to the poor, while fighting and evading the evil sheriff of Nottingham. As a brand image inspiration, you could do much worse. So it’s no surprise that the brokerage app Robinhood took pride in its namesake, positio... Read more