“It’s a transformation that shows the power of good design”—Steven Heller reviews the Spectator‘s redesign.
Re-imagining the classroom to fit the needs of every student. Identity for New Classrooms, an education reform nonprofit.
We helped Catholics for Choice with the design of the packaging for “The Secret History of Sex, Choice and Catholics.” The film features interviews with leading experts in the fields of theology, philosophy and ethics who examine Catholic traditions, teachings and beliefs on Abortion & Contraception, HIV & AIDS, Sex & Sexuality, New Reproductive Health […]
Just launched: A redesigned website for NYU Press
Democracy launches its new blog: Arguments.
We launched the Kindle edition of Columbia Journalism Review.
Point Five redesigns the website for Princeton University’s Center for Human Values.
We are thrilled to introduce our summer intern, Karen Kavett. Currently a student at the Rhode Island School of Design, she is set to graduate in 2011 with a degree in Graphic Design. This summer Karen attended VidCon, a conference in Los Angeles that is bringing together some of the biggest names in the online […]
A Rhythmic Look for Listen. Check out the June issue of GDUSA or download the pdf here.
Listen is named one of the top 10 magazines of 2009 by Library Journal. Download press release here. Check out the latest issue online.
The Paris Review is a finalist for a 2010 National Magazine Award in General Excellence.
Check out CJR’s report: Magazine’s and Their Websites. We designed over 80 infographics that reveal an overall lack of Web standards.
Listen magazine received a merit award from the Society of Publication Designers for Demetrios Psillos’ illustration of Valery Gergiev.
Lapham’s Quarterly was recently profiled in the Arts section of the New York Times, and in the article Lewis reveals our target demographic: “people who wished they had paid more attention in school.”
Point Five launches site for Everyday Balance, helping moms, everyday athletes, elite performers, families, runners, and ‘office bodies’ rediscover, rebalance, strengthen and lengthen their bodies.
One-stop-shopping for information about higher education reform: Point Five launches the Washington Monthly’s College Guide website.
National Geographic asks Alissa about the new Ecofont.
Heidi Latsky Dance performed excerpts of GIMP at the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage in Washington, DC.