Low-Cost Carriers Fly Above Covid-19 Turbulence
Domestic leisure travel made budget airlines pandemic-proof as legacy brands lost business and international fares.
Why Papa John’s Is Breaking With Fast-Food Tradition and Nixing Its Menu Boards
That and other design changes are the latest steps in a long post-Schnatter turnaround.
How Charlamagne Tha God Plans to Become ‘America’s Next Top Multimedia Mogul’
The radio personality is no longer 'just the talent'—he’s the one elevating Black voices.
Hinge Levels Up Virtual Dating With Launch of Video Prompts
The dating app sees virtual dating as the way of the future.
When It Comes to Clean Beauty, Miranda Kerr’s Kora Organics Stands Purposely Apart
The model-turned-entrepreneur wants people to make informed, healthy choices about the products they use.
Chance the Rapper Reinvented Virtual Performances in Quarantine, and He’s Not About to Stop
In-person concerts shut down a year ago, so the three-time Grammy winner started improvising.
Designers Crafted SpaceShipTwo so Passengers Know They’re Flying Virgin
No logos on napkins up here, but there's branding nonetheless in the ship's interior.
How Domino’s Plans to Beat the Food Delivery Boom
With a new ad agency and growing budget, the pizza chain is committed to taking a different approach than the competition.
The Era of Gap’s Mass Appeal Is Over—But Specialization Could Bring the Brand Back
Gap seeks to reconnect with its roots and a new customer as the pandemic offers a fresh start.
Why So Many Stadiums Are Racing to Install 5G, Even With Live Events Paused
SoFi Stadium is part of a small but slowly growing vanguard of large arenas committing themselves to 5G broadband.
Will a Biden Presidency Impact Freelancers in the Ad Industry?
The short answer is no, but legislation he supports could have adverse effects on people who choose to freelance for a living.
What Role Does Design Play in Presidential Campaign Branding?
Two successful campaigns from the past 12 years redefined candidates' aesthetics, but what does that mean to voters now?
How a Small LA Coffee Shop’s Cup Sleeves Became the Go-To Marketing Vehicle for Billion-Dollar Brands
The story of Alfred Coffee and its trendy rings of cardboard.
Paper-Based Packaging Is All the Rage—but Is It Really the Most Sustainable Solution?
Experts say that it's more complicated that choosing the right material.
The NFL Returns, Giving Struggling Networks a $5 Billion Ad Revenue Lifeline
The NFL kicks off its season tonight—and is throwing struggling networks an ad revenue lifeline that could be as much as $5 billion.