Satirical advice from Hyacinth Beste-Chetwynde, who deigns to bring her mighty pen to paper to address the pitiful quandaries of the American office drone.
By Hyacinth Beste-Chetwynde
Here's what (we think) is coming up.
By Emily Ludolph
Four illustrators on how they take the money and run back to their own creative practice.
By James Cartwright
Other resumé highlights include: pet food-packer and sweaty sock handler.
By Liv Siddall
The 2018 99U Conference theme is about overcoming creative challenges, so we’re asking our speakers and breakout session leaders to reflect on a pivotal pressure-cooker moment and share how they navigated it.
If the Olympics are the biggest sporting competition in the world, then yuru-chara is the biggest spectator sport. Here’s what you can learn from the designers behind these furry, fumbling characters.
By Madeleine Morley
As smartly packaged vitamins and supplements flood the market—as well as our Instagram feeds—what moral obligation do designers have to call out snake-oil salesmen when they see them?<br>
By Laura Feinstein
Can you separate great design work from a morally objectionable designer?
We asked some of our favorite designers and illustrators to walk us through a time when they drastically altered their course—from launching an agency to quitting a dream job without a plan.
By Scott Kirkwood