is an independent design and editorial studio and think tank led by Jarrett Fuller. Our work takes shape across a variety of media, from books and websites to podcasts and public relations and we work with clients large and small, around the world.

In addition to client work, we also produce experimental work, research projects, and original content, including the podcast Scratching the Surface, the online archive of graphic design texts, and other books and speculative projects.

What It Means To Be A Designer Today

This book, co-edited by Jarrett Fuller and Liz Stinson and published by Princeton Architectural Press, features both collected and newly commissioned essays on the state of graphic design today from AIGA's Eye on Design. Organized into three parts—Reflections, Questions, and Ideas—this book covers the most pressing issues and provocations that designers face in our current world, including the evolution of personal branding, teaching design history, the cult of minimalism, the perils of hero worship, and more. Contributors include Rick Poynor, Anne Quito, Briar Levit, Cliff Kuang, and many more. Jarrett also contributed two essays.

Client Princeton Architectural Press
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Year 2024