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Blogs about Design

  1. Book design (4)
  2. Data visualization (5)
  3. Digital design (8)
  4. Typography (7)

35 blogs about Design.

  1. BLAG (Better Letters Magazine)
    “Adventures in sign painting.” By Sam Roberts. 🇪🇸

    The Memories of Arthur Gill, Gold Beater turned Signwriter
    Arthur Gill was a Leeds sign painter adept in many facets of the craft, notably showcard and ticket writing. He was born to a Cobbler in 1887 and came into the trade indirectly, although one …
    By Better Letters, 346 words

    Feed Roughly one post per week.

  2. Brand New
    “Opinions on corporate and brand identity work.” By Bryony Gomez-Palacio, Armin Vit. 🇺🇸

    Norwich Castle
    with—Bobby Burrage and Adam Ewels, The Click—Original post with images at
    By Brand New, 14 words

    Feed Roughly 17 posts per year. Started in .

  3. Carl Barenbrug
    “Creative Director + Product Designer.” 🇬🇧

    Seeing Beauty in Basic To-Do Lists
    I like making lists. A lot of people do. And this is reflected in the abundance of to-do apps available today. There's a silly amount of them. Designed to augment and organise our lives, they …
    513 words

    Feed Roughly seven posts per year.

  4. Carl Barenbrug
    “A product designer and creative director at Minimalissimo and 099.” 🇬🇧

    Minimal Email Setup
    This is a follow-up to Manu's article on the same subject. I'll cover my experience and some desktop visual results of applying this method. Some people love emails. Some people hate them. Most of us …
    By Carl Barenbrug, 460 words

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  5. The Casual Optimist
    “Books, Design and Culture.” By Dan Wagstaff. 🇨🇦

    Book Covers of Note, September 2023
    Hey. I hope you’re safe and well and caught up on your podcasts, shows, and TBR pile. I thought this was going to be a short post this month, and then it turned into a …
    By Dan, 626 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per month. Started in .

  6. Colossal
    “Art, design, and visual culture.” By Christopher Jobson, Grace Ebert, et al. 🇺🇸

    Tina Kraus Details Ocean Life’s Beauty and Plight Through Realistic Paper Sculptures
    All images © Tina Kraus, shared with permission Tina Kraus (previously) recreates nature’s beauty, idiosyncrasies, and diversity through her intricate paper sculptures. Though the environment has been a source of inspiration since her childhood, Kraus …
    By Jackie Andres, 239 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per day. Started in .

  7. Core77
    “Magazine and resource offering calendar of events, firm listings, jobs section, forums, articles and competitions.” By Eric Ludlam, et al. 🇺🇸

    A Simplified Alarm Clock by Industrial Design Consultancy Swerve
    Industrial design consultancy Swerve designed this Qi Alarm Clock for client Atomi."The Qi alarm provides a clean and simple solution to the longstanding and complex interfaces found on less progressive alarm clocks [which have] multiple …
    By Rain Noe, 131 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per day.

  8. Coudal Partners - Fresh Signals

    A Letraset Database
    Instant Lettering, A Letraset Database. From Hoosier Type Co.
    12 words


  9. Designers & Books
    “Posts lists of books that esteemed members of the design community identify as important, meaningful, and formative.” By Steve Kroeter, et al. 🇺🇸

    Summer Reading for Design Lovers: The Story of Architecture
    Designers & Books: As you researched The Story of Architecture, what factors did you conclude were most critical in driving the advance and evolution of architecture? Technology? Materials? Construction methods? Economics? The ambition of clients? …
    1,721 words

    Feed Roughly 13 posts per year. Started in .

  10. Design Inspiration ✨🦀
    “A collection of non-digital work for inspiration.” By Buzz Usborne. 🇦🇺

    2023-09-29 06:23

    Feed Roughly three posts per week. Started in .

  11. Design is fine. History is mine.
    “Imagine a time with no computers but with lots of craftsmanship and creativity. This is my library...” By Andrea. 🇩🇪

    Hans Vagt and Peter Bannert, Radio set “Pop 70”, 1969. Wood, plastic, metal, manufactured by:…
    Hans Vagt and Peter Bannert, Radio set “Pop 70”, 1969. Wood, plastic, metal, manufactured by: Blaupunkt, Hildesheim, Germany (1969-1976). Photos via 1stDibs / Radiomuseum“The first stereo radio designed specifically for the rooms of adult sons …
    68 words

    Feed Roughly six posts per month. Started in .

  12. { feuilleton }
    “A journal by artist and designer John Coulthart.” 🇬🇧

    McCallum reads Lovecraft
    Art by Leo and Diane Dillon. RIP David McCallum, who I prefer to remember for his role as one half of the weirdest-TV-duo-ever, Sapphire and Steel. McCallum was a minor sex symbol in the 1960s, …
    By John, 364 words

    Feed Roughly four posts per week. Started in .

  13. Graphic Journey Blog
    “Mike Dempsey's blog on graphics and life.” 🇬🇧

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    Coveting covers 33
    These disembodied elements set against an otherworldly backdrop are a perfect image for this novel about Benjamin Vaughn, a young illusionist who dies under mysterious circumstances at the height of his short career. New York-based …
    By Mike Dempsey, 60 words

    Feed Roughly 12 posts per month. Started in .

  14. Jane Audas
    “Writing about historical and contemporary craft and design.” 🇬🇧

    Paul Nash: Wonderfully particular
    I had my beady eye on this book coming out. Paul Nash is an artist and designer I always find draws me in. He was one of a handful of artists that worked in the …
    By Jane, 840 words

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  15. Jorge Arango
    “Information architect, author, and educator.” 🇺🇸

    The Informed Life with Jenae Cohn
    Episode 123 of The Informed Life podcast features a conversation with Jenae Cohn, Ph.D. Jenae is the Executive Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning at UC Berkeley. Along with Michael Greer, she recently …
    By jarango, 762 words

    Feed Roughly one post per week. Started in .

    “I am Kate Bingaman-Burt and I am teaching stuff and making things in Portland, Oregon.” 🇺🇸

    Slowly creeping towards reopening up my online store! Do you...
    Slowly creeping towards reopening up my online store! Do you like how I do this after the holidays? I’m a professional 😎. However, I have lots of prints, pillows, zines and othe sundry items available …
    81 words

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  17. Letterform Archive — News
    “Recent news and announcements from Letterform Archive.” 🇺🇸

    Inside Our New Facsimile: Die Fläche and the Design of the Vienna Secession
    Die Fläche (Facsimile Edition): Design and Lettering of the Vienna Secession, 1902–1911. Hardcover, 13¼ × 8¾ inches, 312 + 32 pages on 4 separate 4-panel concertina foldouts.Get your copy Translated in English as the The …
    By Chris Westcott, 2,079 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per month. Started in .

  18. Matthew Ström, designer-leader
    “I speak and write about design, front-end code, leadership, and (occasionally) math.” 🇺🇸

    Creating a positive workplace community
    Your workplace community — the way you interact with your coworkers every day — can have a major impact on your productivity, happiness, and self-worth. It’s natural to want to shape the community in ways …
    1,505 words

    Feed Roughly six posts per year. Started in .

  19. Moss and Fog
    “A beautifully curated art, design, and nature site. Visual inspiration, everyday!” By Ben Vanderveen.

    Bivvi Makes Towable A-Frame Tiny Homes for Modern Camping
    We’ve always loved the style of an A-Frame, those simple yet iconic triangle-shaped cabins, that make you feel like you’re on an adventure. While there are a number of companies making beautiful, modern interpretations on …
    By Moss And Fog, 264 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per day.

  20. Noisy Decent Graphics
    “A series of blog posts by Ben Terrett.” 🇬🇧

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    Do Interesting: Notice. Collect. Share by Russell Davies
    It's very good. Available to buy from Do, from Bookshop, from Amazon and from other places.
    By Ben, 24 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per month. Started in .