When it comes to the environmental cost of our profession, it’s easy to get lost in doom and gloom. This year's Dieline Conference is changing the conversation by focusing on the sheer power we have to change the future, and the sense of creative possibility that comes with that.
Catch up on some of the week's biggest design stories with our Friday Wrap-Up!
Summer might be coming to a close, but the Pepsi S'mores Collection will give you one final taste of the season.
One in three American families struggle with diaper need. That's why Huggies and artist Kristen Noel Crawley are teaming up for National Diaper Need Awareness Week.
Le Domaine's gorgeous refillable packaging features caps made from recycled wine casks.
Six Cinquieme's work hinges on how a company or brand's existence impacts lives, however small or large that may be.
Ben & Jerry's Change is Brewing back, with new packaging from returning artist Laci Jordan.
Go behind the scenes of Danone and Beardwood & Co's redesign of beloved yogurt brand OIKOS with a replay of our latest installment of Dieline DeCoded!
To combat the excess waste from plastic foam materials, the Japan-based design studio we+ has designed Refoam, a new line of furniture made from these products.
Everland dreams up a redesign that's as "good as gold."
Utendahl Creative takes the snacking inspiration of the 90s and early aughts and transports them to today for the plant-based brand Good Eat'n.