Hello! Fwd: is a linkletter of five weekly designthings I'll email you every Wednesday. It's projects, articles, resources, and other weird/nice/cool things to keep you inspired. Interested? It's super easy to sign up:
The current five ▾
- An inspiring Instagram:
High School High is a collection of the truly delightful graphics and layouts found in vintage high school yearbooks, curated by designer Veronica Kraus.
- A round result:
OKC agency Ghost found that they could use a series of circles to make a logo and visual language for the Developmental Disabilities Council of Oklahoma. I hope that pattern gets used forever.
- An environmental endeavor:
A new Norwegian packaging design company called Goods is working on "consumer brands that balance big impact with a small footprint" (and is made up of folks from the talented Heydays studio team).
- A shape-heavy solution:
A spot-on selection of patterns and shapes came together beautifully for a whole bunch of gala materials by the Australian design duo Garbett.
- A software story:
It's kinda cool to see The Design History of Adobe Photoshop from it's very first version (launched in 1990) onward.