Creativity Launches Design Blog

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Today, Creativity launches a design blog, OnDesign. We've created this outlet for some notable designers to blog about their work and experience in the field to shine a brighter light on the design world for our audience. is a venue for designers to discuss new work, weigh design problems and identify trends from the trenches. Covering design disciplines from graphics and I.D. to architecture and interaction design, OnDesign considers everything from idea to end product, from the business of design to things that inspire and beyond.

So, before we get started, let's meet our bloggers:

Jennifer Bove is a founder and principal at Kicker Studio in San Francisco and on the faculty of the School of Visual Art's Interaction Design MFA department in New York. She travels, a lot. In her first post, she illustratesthe prime challenge of interaction design through Dopplr, the iPhone and Kicker's recent conference phone.

Ivy Chuang is the founder and design director of Knoend, a San Francisco-based studio with sustainability and innovation at its core. She is a nomad, surfer, cook and occasional artist. For her first post, she reports back on trends from Milan Design Week.

Tali Krakowsky, Director of Experience Design, heads a think tank at WET. Working closely with design, research and production, she focuses on developing new ideas, technologies and business opportunities for the short- and long-term future of the firm. She share her thoughts on interactive environments in her first post.

Nick de la Mare, a Creative Director at frog design San Francisco, has spent his career designing digital, physical and experiential systems. Check out his first post on location-based mobile design.

Joe Marianek is a designer at Pentagram and teaches at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Joe designed the OnDesign logo and takes us through his design process in his first post.

Sophie Maxwell's fashion background as a graduate and now guest lecturer at London's Central St Martins is put to daily use in her role as Head of Creative Insight at Pearlfisher. She picks out three brands that exhibit effective designin her first post.

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