Surely there's nothing that web designers can learn from print! Not so, says award-winning designer Paul Wyatt.
Flyers are usually designed to be read, then disposed of. But you'll want to keep these creations by Rob Lowe.
The winning poster created by Creature London The advertising industry may be associated with frivolity, but it's always keen to use print ads to engage with the serious issues in society too.
Having put the buzz back into business magazines, Richard Turley is now taking on MTV. We chat to the editorial innovator in a set of exclusive video interviews.
Looking for a cheap and effective way to catch people's attention of potential clients? Karen Lewis shows you how.
Earlier this month, Computer Arts teamed up with our friends at D&AD New Blood to provide a unique opportunity to design the cover for our upcoming New Talent special, on sale at the end of July.
The shortlist for the Tabby Awards 2014 has been unveiled, and Computer Arts is on it. If you're a fan, let your voice be heard!
Why a 15th century printing technique has become so popular today, plus some handy tips on using it yourself.
If you've ever wished you could have a handy guide to the major styles of graphic design, this new print from Pop Chart Lab may be right up your street.
You won't see these print titles in your local Borders. We present the best underground female zines around.
A bespoke, stencil-cut typeface forms the basis of Bunch's new identity for Zagreb-based print production studio Cerovski.