Emily Ludolph writes about business, history, and culture. She has published in Quartz, Narratively, TED Online and Design Observer. She is the host of a live show and podcast called Dedicate It.
Two graphic designers with a love for letterpress took over a 250 year old business and turned it into a living museum, a small-run press, and an unofficial clubhouse for print and typeface wonks.
- June 2019
Berlin-based Maurice Joosten takes us through his scent branding process, with roots in a centuries-old Japanese tradition and very modern take on another dimension of logo work.
This year's ModMag Conference took a philosophical approach to the world of magazine creation, ideation, and production.
The designer with one foot in America and one in Europe discusses what it takes to be a Pentagram partner, the poor design of US passports, and why we must pay more attention to graphic design.
- May 2019
A no nonsense crew, including Gail Anderson, Pum Lefebure, and Mac Premo call out the jargon, manipulation, bad intentions, good intentions but bad behavior, and downright BS that should make creatives run the other way.
The theme for 99U 2019 was 'The Creative Future,' which permeated conversations among attendees and sparked unexpected connections.
In the hands of creatives, the future is bright.
Emily Ludolph and Lauren Covello Jacobs
- May 2019
Top ideas from 99U 2019 to help make the creative future bright.
What if the manager you always wish was in the room... is you?
- March 2019
The author and entrepreneur says too many companies are clinging to Stone Age ideas about what it means to lead.
From helping you get unstuck to improving your self-worth, these coaches are masters at guiding creatives through ever-shifting career landscapes.
- February 2019
Bev Founder Alix Peabody is aiming to bring change to a beer-saturated market.