On writing the biography for this year's AIGA Medalist.
Reading Herbert Muschamp's essays in 2022 is like reading history being written.
Reflecting on the year and looking ahead.
On realizing my website is my longest-running design project.
How does critique evolve in a constantly changing design field?
Thinking about how my podcast evolved over the last half-decade.
Two recent episodes of Scratching the Surface look inside this polymorphic cultural center.
My latest story for Eye on Design is about the influence of Cranbrook's graphic design program.
My latest story for Eye on Design is about the influence of one of my favorite design publications.
A few thoughts on rethinking the relationship between design education and industry.
Fantasyland and Evil Geniuses are books about American history but they are also books about design.
For Eye on Design, I wrote about the state of design criticism and how the field has gotten grown and gotten more complex.
The myth of the sole creative genius has allowed bad behavior to persist for too long.
Where history is often used to define and defend, let’s use design history to open up, to blur, to democratize.
The design docuseries wants to show you cool images but doesn't have much to say.
David Reinfurt's A *New* Program for Graphic Design both simplifies and expands what graphic design can be.
The mid-career retrospective on the multi-disciplinary creative director reveals the portrait of a new type of designer
A selection of readings from the design writing class I recently taught at Pratt.
The famous German school's centennial lets us re-examine the history we thought we knew.
On reading Design Observer for fifteen years and working on a new book
The design critic Alice Rawthorne's new book attempts to create a roadmap for the future of design.
I'm launching a design studio!
Why I still just love HTML and CSS