You'll Love This Issue If:
- You want to see the work of talented new designers trying to make their mark
- You work in a corporate creative environment
- You want to see the winners of this year's In-HOWse Design Awards
HOW's January 2012 Issue celebrates two segments of the design field: professionals working in corporate creative departments, and up-and-coming designers who are just starting to make their mark.
The hardcopy version of this issue is available here.
Inside HOW Magazine's January 2012 Issue You'll Find:
HOW scoured the best American design programs to discover the recent grads showcased in our third annual spotlight on emerging talent. They're working for small and large design firms, at in-house studios and as freelancers. And we promise that you'll be seeing more of their work in the years to come. Featuring:
- Bijan Berahimi
- Michael Dibblee
- Aprile Elcich
- Alonzo Felix
- Andrea Gill
- Adrian Gilling
- Nathan Godding
- Patrick Hruby
- Shannon May
- Sarah Mick
- Lucas Sharp
- Evan Stremke
- Laura Tait
- Dana Tanamachi
- Kate Thomas
- Alexandra Yeske
In-HOWse Design Awards
HOW spotlights the very best work from designers in top corporations, organizations and associations. See this year's winners in these categories:
- Health Care
- Internal Communications
Career: Monthly In-Spiration
We've turned your New Year's resolution to revamp your in-house career into a month-by-month to-do list. Start now to kick your career into high gear for 2012.
In-House Issues: Client Relations
There's nothing more important as an in-house designer than maintaining your client relationships. After all, they're the only ones you've got.
Freelance: Is 'Freelancer' a Dirty Word?
Learn when it's OK to call yourself a freelancer and when it's better to use a different term for your solo design practice.
My Best Work: Hillman Curtis
Of all the amazing work this New York City-based creative has made, he chose a charming, short film written and shot over two weekends as his favorite project of all time—showing that personal projects are often the most fulfilling.
Designing Change: Swipe Out Starvation
Sidelines: RDQLUS Goods & Cloth