Find out all about the latest colour trends with the brand new edition of Computer Arts, issue 261 (opens in new tab), which hits the newsstand today.
This month’s lead feature takes an in-depth look at the hottest hues for the coming year. We've partnered with creative consultancy FranklinTill to identify four key colour palettes that promise to be hot as we head into 2017.
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Elsewhere, we visit Pentagram to discover what creative businesses in general can learn from its unique structure, in which all partners are equal and creative side projects are encouraged.
And speaking of side projects, the latest issue of Computer Arts also features a special guide for getting more out of them. We also continue our series of practical articles for young designers, in partnership with D&AD New Blood, with an expert guide to fulfilling a brief.
Also inside Computer Arts 260
- Roundup: 12 months of design trends
- Legendary designer Ben Bos talks about the famous people he's met
- How to get hired when you don't know what you're doing
- The story behind Monotype's epic typeface Noto for Google
- Top illustrator Miss Led on how to get more from digital textures
- Behind the scenes of Futurebrand's new logo for NatWest
- How Dutch illustrator Merijin Hos regularly evolves his style
- Is your studio ready for the new pension laws?
- Three designers critique the Kodak rebrand
- Top creatives share their biggest regrets
- The best new design, illustration and motion work from around the world, and much more
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