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Schema Design in Seattle is looking for a Creative Director to oversee designers at Schema in creating a wide range of data-driven web applications and experiences. #Apply designobserver.com/jobs/#job_id=4…
Brilliant in SF seeks a Lead Product Designer, Authoring designobserver.com/jobs/#job_id=4… and a Senior Product Designer designobserver.com/jobs/#job_id=4… #ApplyNow 3/4
Also a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Communication Design whose interests may include: typography, editorial design, image-making, data viz, socially-engaged design, brand identity, exhibition design, motion graphics, ux/ui, and/or research. designobserver.com/jobs/#job_id=4… 2/4
New #Design #Jobs Posted: The Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis seeks a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Design Futures with an emphasis on technology and racial justice. #ApplyNow designobserver.com/jobs/#job_id=4… 1/4
Where are the ramps in Le ​​Corbusier’s City of Tomorrow? @QuemuelArroyo talks about dancing, architecture, + being the first chief accessibility officer at New York’s @MTA on this week’s episode of The Design of Business | The Business of Design Listen dogroup.co/3krfIEI
On this episode of Design Matters with @debbiemillman : In our short-term world, Dorie Clark is proof positive that there’s incredible power in long-term strategy—and here she riffs on her new book, The Long Game. #Listen dogroup.co/3CtKp2h
An exquisite memorial by the American artist Suzanne Firstenberg. dogroup.co/3tTuKX9
From Aunt Jemima to AI, How Racism Creeps Into Design: an insightful video from Bloomberg Equality: dogroup.co/2VPN1rN
The 40 winners of this year’s Posterheroes Becoming e-Quals competition have been announced. Congrats to all! 🎉 dogroup.co/3nBRB8sCH
#TBT #ThrowbackThursday "Among designers, Vignelli’s geometric desk is legendary, the touchstone by which less-organized mortals measure themselves.“ dogroup.co/3Es1xYi
Swatch Bharat—online collections of Indian native aesthetics, created to preserve artifacts disappearing due to globalization—has completed their eighth collection. Get inspired! dogroup.co/3EjWWan
German artist Max Hattler finds inspiration in the immense size, muted colors, and relentless repetition of the facades of Hong Kong’s apartment high-rises. dogroup.co/398lhlg
Listen to @DebWillis1 talk about monuments, moments, and memory with @ellmcgirt & @jessicahelfand on the newest episode of The Design of Business | The Business of Design Subscribe: dogroup.co/2yKRzA9
On this week’s Design Matters with @debbiemillman : At 8 years old, Catherine Opie realized “that history is made within an image culture”—and here, she discusses her incredible life as a photographer driven by culture. #listen dogroup.co/3A8H87U
Rachel Berger’s Shooter Box—an exhibition protesting the United States military’s use of Microsoft Xbox controllers as battle equipment—now on view at California College of the Arts. dogroup.co/392KFIZ
New #Design #Job Posted: Schema Design in Seattle is looking to hire both a Senior and Mid-Level Visual Interaction Designer #Apply dogroup.co/2X6u1Wh dogroup.co/3ySRvLv
Pantone No. 1837, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and a conspiracy theory about art and commerce. dogroup.co/3hwXwIf
Revisiting a seminal guerilla signage project, twenty years later. dogroup.co/3ncj8gj
Have you ever seen a photograph of a Black Union soldier in the Civil War? @DebWillis1 talks about the decades of searching that led to her new book on The Design of Business | The Business of Design Listen: dogroup.co/2WT8dgC
On this archival episode of Design Matters w @debbiemillman After surviving intense abuse as a child, V grew up to pen powerful prose and plays—and today fights for women suffering around the world. dogroup.co/3ts42EQ
#ThrowbackThursday #TBT Conflict as a Tool For Social Change: To be passionate about change requires unconquerable optimism, fed by a vision of the better thing ahead. More dogroup.co/3yGHmRY
Rebranding Chernobyl with a logo that decays over time. (h/t @michaelbierut ) dogroup.co/3kI5m2q
Everyone’s a (design) critic! The internet goes wild—not in a good way—for his cover art “design” for Drake’s new album. dogroup.co/3DAjJ1e
äntrepō is a studio project by the DC-based design practice Spaeth Hill that explores experimental work and asks us to explore, pointing us to new potential directions. dogroup.co/3zxh3yR
Listen to @jadiehm talk about the state of journalism with @ellmcgirt and @jessicahelfand on this week’s DBBD. A big thank you to @Mailchimp for sponsoring this season. Subscribe: dogroup.co/2yKRzA9
Today we chase after information, without gaining knowledge. We take note of everything, without gaining insight. We communicate constantly, without participating in a community... This is how information develops a lifeform: inexistent and impermanent. artreview.com/byung-chul-han…
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In his third Design Matters with @debbiemillman interview, writer Seth Godin riffs on his 20th book—“The Practice”—a milestone text exploring creativity and the sheer power of doing the work and putting it out into the world. dogroup.co/3gMVUcW
A new graphic novel on censorship—from MITPress—gathers insights and highlights from a profession under attack. dogroup.co/3DoKaXL
#TBT #ThrowbackThursday The posters created by the Atelier Populaire during the May 1968 riots in Paris may be one of the best examples of how the medium of graphic design has the capacity to help bring an entire country to its knees. dogroup.co/3mB67N6
Alan Heller, who collaborated with Mario Bellini, Massimo and Lella Vignelli, and others to produce memorable objects in plastic, dies at 81. dogroup.co/2Wej7xF
Journalist-engineer @jadiehm talks about finding a model for telling engaging, meaningful, data-driven stories through @puddingviz and @polygraphing Listen: dogroup.co/2XMSArn
From the Groundlings and “Chelsea Lately” to fashion illustration, textile work and beyond, Carly Kuhn—aka The Cartorialist—may not have set out to become an artist, but she became a brilliant one. #Listen dogroup.co/3msgzGU
A spectacularly researched—and meticulously produced—history of design and visual culture in Louisiana. (Via Nancy Sharon Collins.) dogroup.co/3knC5Ki
Preserving Black historical resorts is a radical act: Amid the violent segregation of the Jim Crow era, leaning into Black joy, leisure, and recreation was a form of quiet radical resistance. dogroup.co/2Wg6EJw
Our favorite water bottle makers have debuted their newest product, a sleek, steel vessel for all your portable beverage needs. dogroup.co/2W9nycG
#TBT: Lazy summer days are a fun time to re-share baseball branding from Jon @continostudio dogroup.co/3mfHJ3u
OBSERVED: Populism—fascism—and design: Derek Hill explains. (Via Mike Errico.) dogroup.co/3sqM1WX
OBSERVED: Punishment for … a logo? dogroup.co/37QTyF5
OBSERVED: Data visualization in three parts: Mars rover, seabed geochemistry, and drought/climate change. You're going to want to watch at 9am pacific this Thursday: bit.ly/d2d-finalprese…
Listen to @loStrgsAttached talk about leadership and lifelong learning with @ellmcgirt and @jessicahelfand on this week’s DBBD. Subscribe: dogroup.co/2yKRzA9
On this episode of Design Matters with @debbiemillman Pulitzer prize winner Quiara Alegría Hudes meditates on the many muses that were instrumental in her becoming the creative she is today. dogroup.co/3iP9cXy
How the ice cream truck made summer cool. dogroup.co/3CStebJ
The story of a logo—and the complexity of cultural memory. dogroup.co/3iC5GQh
Desgning a new and universal symbolic language for food. dogroup.co/3jOMkXo
OBSERVED The Vaccine Cards Are the Wrong Size: A tale of bad design. dogroup.co/3jRmW3E
When @loStrgsAttached gets a compliment on his work, from @Nike to @coursera and elsewhere, he shares credit with his team — and sets an example of how to be a leader. #Listen dogroup.co/3yEyzAV
New #Design #Job Posted: Are you a web designer interested in working for a dynamic, fast-paced company that's in the business of building award-winning web sites? Check this out: dogroup.co/2VEg5lS
On this episode of Design Matters w/ @debbiemillman : @suneel asked successful people about their less-successful moments—and that laid the foundation for his own career highs, and his new book that helps anyone with a great idea become Backable. #listen dogroup.co/3jGeNi3
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