Two designers with disabilities open up about their experiences and creative lives, and discuss how it’s possible to achieving inclusivity. (Hint: it all starts by hearing them out.)
The exhibition The Value of Good Design at the MoMA challenges designers to rethink how design serves humanity – a message that becomes crucial in a digital era of copy paste.
Designer YuJune Park is a professor of design, but she’s still constantly learning. We spoke with her about the meeting point between design practice and design theory.
Illustration is about so much more than just riveting visuals. These three brands and designers use illustration as a tool with which to make a point, advocate for change and spread awareness.
In UX, illustrations help walk users through a website or app, adding to their overall experience and clarifying the product’s message. A UX illustrator at Wix explains.
A monthly agenda for the curious international designer. Explore inspiring exhibitions, interesting design events and cultural recommendations curated by the High on Design team.
With over a decade of design leadership at Coca-Cola and with his new studio having just turned one, Alex Center wants to be the center of your attention.
James Victore doesn’t follow the rules in his designs, and he thinks you shouldn’t either. His work, books and teachings are a call for a fuller and freer creative life.
Let’s skip the part where we discuss whether or not designers should learn to code. For all you courageous designers venturing into the world of code, here are our top 10 recommendations.
Our resident synesthesiac, Shai Samana, lays down the groundwork for this month’s playlist inspired by working at night.
A gratifying work process is just as important as the final result – which is why you should take time to find the right wireframe tools to accompany you along the way.
From VP of Design at BuzzFeed, to leadership and organizational consultant, Cap Watkins is your guy for any career-related advice.
A well-crafted case study of your web design project is your chance to convey your thought processes and skills, while showing future clients who you are as a designer. Here are six spot-on examples.
Sometimes, taking a step back from our screens and engaging with the world is just what we need to remind us why design is necessary. Pentagram partner, Marina Willer, seems to do that on a daily basis.
For designers, the books we love the most are as visually pleasing as they are intellectually intriguing. This collection of art and design books is the perfect combination of both.
A monthly agenda for the curious international designer. Explore inspiring exhibitions, interesting design events, and cultural recommendations curated by the High on Design team.
A good wireframe is an essential step in any new digital product. Here’s how you can harness the power of wireframing to take your UX design up an extra notch.
For many designers, building a personal brand feels like putting up a facade. Here’s how you can get your work in the spotlight – without feeling fake.
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