Rough sketches capture rough ideas. Suddenly the page is no longer blank and the future begins to take form.
Sixty years ago this month, British artist Gerald Holtom—on behalf of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament—designed the peace symbol.
Last week there was a big controversy on Twitter. But it wasn't about politics—it was about pictures. Journalism. Visual storytelling.
When you've been doing something for a long time, you tend to not always think about what you're doing. But a while back I made myself curious—what have I learned in all this time doing infor
A couple years ago we designed and printed a card deck as our holiday gift for clients and FotA*. It features 35 Icebreaker exercises to kick off meetings, sessions, and brainstorming get-togethers in
Harness interest and energy, communicate faster, increase understanding, differentiate messaging, and make work more fun.
Conference calls, calendar conflicts, connecting flights, cross-country collaboration, critiques, constant emails... It’s shocking that what seems so simple—just doing your job—can be so complicated.
Take a minute (literally) to see why there is incredible power in visual thinking. From the cave paintings at Lascaux to IKEA instructions, from 5-year-old’s colorful mess to a designer’s perfect layo
There's a lot of anger and aggression swirling around the world these days. Whether in politics, race, or religion, people tend to build walls to block out anyone they disagree with. Or worse.