In Medieval Architecture, Signs of Advanced Math

The Islamic pattern-making process appears to have involved an advanced math of quasi crystals.  Read More

Architects billings exceed 2006 high

WASHINGTON – The Architecture Billings Index (ABI), a leading indicator of U.S. construction activity, rose to 57.9 points in January from the 2006 high of 57.6 in December, according to the American Institute of Architects.  Read More

KU design group works to improve medical buildings

LAWRENCE – A group of architecture and fine arts faculty and students at the University of Kansas is working to improve the experience of going to the doctor or staying in the hospital.  Read More

Eccentric Fashion Designers Defy Parody

Movie satires on the fashion industry generally miss the mark for a simple reason: even the wildest spoof pales in comparison to the real-life antics of eccentric designers.  Read More

Kennett Square Design Firms Merge

KENNETT SQUARE — Two borough design firms — Centerline Design and DesignDesign Inc. — merged recently and moved into the larger offices of DesignDesign in the 100 block of South Broad Street.  Read More

Day International will increase print, graphic design scholarships

For Dennis Wolters, president and chief executive of Day International Inc., scholarships are a way of sharpening interest in printing and graphic design.  Read More

Graphic Design For Todays World

Shown are Shauna Pintar and Emily Laity working their magic on the computer to make name tags. This was a project in their Graphic Design Class and the name tags were used for the yearly WPHS “Mini Cheer Camp”. Shauna and Emily wanted to make tags so the participants would know each other’s names.  Read More

BDN launches new logo, newspaper design

Changing a document that is seen daily by 8,000 people is a daunting task. But with the changing demographics of our readership and market place, we took a deep breath and made the plunge.  Read More

UW comes down on schools about logo

WRIGHTSTOWN Wrightstown High School Athletic Director Terry Schaeuble is not waiting for the phone to ring or a lawyer to knock on his office door.  Read More

WUWM launches new brand

Milwaukee Public Radio WUWM-89.7 FM today announced it is replacing its logo and launching a new corporate identity. The new logo is one of the first steps the radio station is taking to launch a new marketing initiative to update and enhance its brand.  Read More