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Eye on Design | AIGA Eye on Design



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AIGA Eye on Design turns a well trained eye on the best new work from the world's most exciting emerging and established designers.



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site_name Eye on Design
title Home
url https://eyeondesign.aiga.org
type website
description AIGA Eye on Design
image http://eyeondesign.aiga.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/aiga-eye-on-design-600x400.gif
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  • [H1] Home
  • [H1] Editors’ Picks
  • [H1] Digital
  • [H1] Design + Education
  • [H1] Weekend With
  • [H1] Home
  • [H2] Or Filter By Your Interest
  • [H3] Japanese Boro Textiles Tell Histories of Labor and Love Through Patchwork
  • [H3] Japanese Boro Textiles Tell Histories of Labor and Love Through Patchwork
  • [H3] Design Criticism Is Everywhere—Why Are We Still Looking For It?
  • [H3] Decades Later, India’s First Graphic Novel Has Found a Cult Following
  • [H3] How Designers Are Adapting Magazine Covers For the Digital Sphere
  • [H3] How Democrats Designed Branding for the First Virtual National Convention
  • [H3] Yes, You Really Do Need a UX Writer
  • [H3] What Does It Mean to Decolonize Design?
  • [H3] In the Late ’70s in the Bronx, PHASE 2’s Party Flyers Created a Visual Language for Hip-Hop
  • [H3] How a Band of Design Misfits Brought Anti-aesthetics to Bloomberg Businessweek
  • [H3] Don’t Call April Greiman the “Queen of New Wave”
  • [H3] Design’s Role in Activism Can Go Deeper Than Posters and T-Shirts
  • [H3] The Hidden History of Magic Eye, the Optical Illusion That Briefly Took Over the World
  • [H3] South African Art Director Rendani Nemakhavhani Is Self-Styling the World She Wants to See
  • [H3] Chiseled in Stone, Cut Into Wood—Jäger is a Typographic Tribute to Craftsmanship
  • [H3] The New Generation of Music-making Apps Is More Accessible Than Ever—Why Are People Reluctant to Use Them?
  • [H3] Can Better Labels Really Fix Recycling?
  • [H3] Who’s Responsible for Preventing Dark Patterns?
  • [H3] Deem Journal Is The New Magazine Centering Design as a Social Practice
  • [H3] Finding the Blank Spots in Big Data
  • [H3] Netflix’s UX Design is Keeping Us Up at Night
  • [H3] The UX of Porn Tube Sites Are Designed for the Ultimate Money Shot
  • [H3] A Software Engineer’s Advice for Saving Social Media? Keep It Small
  • [H3] AI Has a Real Environmental Impact—Here’s How Designers Are Handling It
  • [H3] Calm Technology Is Staging a Comeback—Can Good Design Make it Stick?
  • [H3] Peter Bil’ak’s Playful, Constructible Type System ‘Q’ is the Lego of Typefaces
  • [H3] To Design a More Accessible Internet, Consider the “Creative Layer” of Metadata
  • [H3] The Cartoonist Seth Has Built a Real Life Entirely Around His Fictional Work
  • [H3] How Times Square Became the Glowing Heartbeat of New York City
  • [H3] Lance Wyman, Tea Uglow, Beth Pickens + Others on Developing a Sense of Self Over the Course of a Career
  • [H3] How Tupperware Became the Original Social Network of 1950s Suburbia
  • [H3] Parsons’ E Roon Kang on Graphic Design as a “Structure for Knowledge”
  • [H3] What Does “Queering Design Education” Actually Look Like in Practice?
  • [H3] Nontsikelelo Mutiti on Interrogating the Euro-centric Design Canon
  • [H3] Can We Teach Graphic Design History Without the Cult of Hero Worship?
  • [H3] Knowing Your Design History is Crucial to Aesthetic Innovation
  • [H3] Designer Cat Frazier Got Millions to Come For the Memes and Stay For the Mental Health
  • [H3] Homa Delvaray Gives Poster Design a New Dimension
  • [H3] Matt Willey and Dan Crowe Launch INQUE, an Independent Lit Mag in it for the Long-game
  • [H3] The Overlooked Work of Paul Peter Piech, Mid-century “Anti-establishment” Designer
  • [H3] If We Want Design to be a Tool for Liberation, We’ll Need More Than Good Intentions
  • [H3] Design Studio APFEL On Launching Its Own Type Foundry
  • [H3] Ravi Naidoo Takes Us on a Design Tour of Cape Town, from Michael Beirut’s Favorite Jogging Spot to an Artist’s Homage to SA Wine
  • [H3] Illustrator Julian Glander Takes Us to the Best Dive Bars, Comic Stores, and Pizza Joints in Pittsburgh
  • [H3] Illustrator Shawna X Takes Us on a “Mom’s Night Out” in New York City
  • [H3] Dani Balenson Takes Us Through the Growing Pains of Moving to San Francisco
  • [H3] Mira Malhotra Shows Us Where to Buy the Best Traditional Mumbai Ephemera in the “Place That Time Forgot”
  • [H3] Design
  • [H3] Design +
  • [H3] Design Series
  • [H3] Countries
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  • [H3] Results
  • [H3] Home
  • [H3] Design
  • [H3] Design +
  • [H3] Design Series
  • [H3] Community
  • [H5] Design History 101
  • [H5] Design History 101
  • [H5] Graphic design
  • [H5] Design History 101
  • [H5] Digital
  • [H5] Design + Politics
  • [H5] Op-ed
  • [H5] Design + Politics
  • [H5] Design History 101
  • [H5] Design + Money
  • [H5] Eye on Design Magazine
  • [H5] Op-ed
  • [H5] Design History 101
  • [H5] Design + Politics
  • [H5] Type Tuesday
  • [H5] Design + Music
  • [H5] Packaging design
  • [H5] Digital
  • [H5] Design + Politics
  • [H5] Digital
  • [H5] Digital
  • [H5] Design + Sexuality
  • [H5] Digital
  • [H5] Digital
  • [H5] Digital
  • [H5] Type Tuesday
  • [H5] Digital
  • [H5] Illustration
  • [H5] Eye on Design Magazine
  • [H5] Design + Mental Health
  • [H5] Design History 101
  • [H5] Design + Education
  • [H5] Design + Education
  • [H5] Design + Education
  • [H5] Design + Education
  • [H5] Design History 101
  • [H5] Profiles
  • [H5] Graphic design
  • [H5] Magazines
  • [H5] Design History 101
  • [H5] Op-ed
  • [H5] Type Tuesday
  • [H5] Weekend With
  • [H5] Weekend With
  • [H5] Weekend With
  • [H5] Weekend With
  • [H5] Weekend With
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Design History 101 intern natürliche Links
Japanese Boro Textiles Tell Histories of Labor and Love Through Patchwork intern natürliche Links
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Design Criticism Is Everywhere—Why Are We Still Looking For It? intern natürliche Links
Decades Later, India’s First Graphic Novel Has Found a Cult Following intern natürliche Links
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How Designers Are Adapting Magazine Covers For the Digital Sphere intern natürliche Links
Design + Politics intern natürliche Links
How Democrats Designed Branding for the First Virtual National Convention intern natürliche Links
Op-ed intern natürliche Links
Yes, You Really Do Need a UX Writer intern natürliche Links
What Does It Mean to Decolonize Design? intern natürliche Links
In the Late ’70s in the Bronx, PHASE 2’s Party Flyers Created a Visual Language for Hip-Hop intern natürliche Links
Design + Money intern natürliche Links
Eye on Design Magazine intern natürliche Links
Don’t Call April Greiman the “Queen of New Wave” intern natürliche Links
Design’s Role in Activism Can Go Deeper Than Posters and T-Shirts intern natürliche Links
The Hidden History of Magic Eye, the Optical Illusion That Briefly Took Over the World intern natürliche Links
South African Art Director Rendani Nemakhavhani Is Self-Styling the World She Wants to See intern natürliche Links
Type Tuesday intern natürliche Links
Chiseled in Stone, Cut Into Wood—Jäger is a Typographic Tribute to Craftsmanship intern natürliche Links
Design + Music intern natürliche Links
The New Generation of Music-making Apps Is More Accessible Than Ever—Why Are People Reluctant to Use Them? intern natürliche Links
Packaging design intern natürliche Links
Can Better Labels Really Fix Recycling? intern natürliche Links
Who’s Responsible for Preventing Dark Patterns? intern natürliche Links
Finding the Blank Spots in Big Data intern natürliche Links
Netflix’s UX Design is Keeping Us Up at Night intern natürliche Links
Design + Sexuality intern natürliche Links
The UX of Porn Tube Sites Are Designed for the Ultimate Money Shot intern natürliche Links
A Software Engineer’s Advice for Saving Social Media? Keep It Small intern natürliche Links
AI Has a Real Environmental Impact—Here’s How Designers Are Handling It intern natürliche Links
Calm Technology Is Staging a Comeback—Can Good Design Make it Stick? intern natürliche Links
Peter Bil’ak’s Playful, Constructible Type System ‘Q’ is the Lego of Typefaces intern natürliche Links
To Design a More Accessible Internet, Consider the “Creative Layer” of Metadata intern natürliche Links
Illustration intern natürliche Links
The Cartoonist Seth Has Built a Real Life Entirely Around His Fictional Work intern natürliche Links
How Times Square Became the Glowing Heartbeat of New York City intern natürliche Links
Design + Mental Health intern natürliche Links
Lance Wyman, Tea Uglow, Beth Pickens + Others on Developing a Sense of Self Over the Course of a Career intern natürliche Links
How Tupperware Became the Original Social Network of 1950s Suburbia intern natürliche Links
Design + Education intern natürliche Links
Design + Education intern natürliche Links
Parsons’ E Roon Kang on Graphic Design as a “Structure for Knowledge” intern natürliche Links
What Does “Queering Design Education” Actually Look Like in Practice? intern natürliche Links
Nontsikelelo Mutiti on Interrogating the Euro-centric Design Canon intern natürliche Links
Can We Teach Graphic Design History Without the Cult of Hero Worship? intern natürliche Links
Knowing Your Design History is Crucial to Aesthetic Innovation intern natürliche Links
Profiles intern natürliche Links
Designer Cat Frazier Got Millions to Come For the Memes and Stay For the Mental Health intern natürliche Links
Homa Delvaray Gives Poster Design a New Dimension intern natürliche Links
Magazines intern natürliche Links
Matt Willey and Dan Crowe Launch INQUE, an Independent Lit Mag in it for the Long-game intern natürliche Links
The Overlooked Work of Paul Peter Piech, Mid-century “Anti-establishment” Designer intern natürliche Links
If We Want Design to be a Tool for Liberation, We’ll Need More Than Good Intentions intern natürliche Links
Design Studio APFEL On Launching Its Own Type Foundry intern natürliche Links
Weekend With intern natürliche Links
Ravi Naidoo Takes Us on a Design Tour of Cape Town, from Michael Beirut’s Favorite Jogging Spot to an Artist’s Homage to SA Wine intern natürliche Links
Illustrator Julian Glander Takes Us to the Best Dive Bars, Comic Stores, and Pizza Joints in Pittsburgh intern natürliche Links
Illustrator Shawna X Takes Us on a “Mom’s Night Out” in New York City intern natürliche Links
Dani Balenson Takes Us Through the Growing Pains of Moving to San Francisco intern natürliche Links
Mira Malhotra Shows Us Where to Buy the Best Traditional Mumbai Ephemera in the “Place That Time Forgot” intern natürliche Links
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AIGA Eye on Design Conference intern natürliche Links
Join AIGA extern natürliche Links
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