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The largest professional organization for design. Includes the AIGA Design Archives, a rich visual resource of over 20,000 images including selections from AIGA’s annual juried design competitions dating from 1924 through the present. In addition, it features special collections of major American design firms and practitioners.
"Since 1995 Core77.com has served a devoted global audience of industrial designers ranging from students through seasoned professionals. Core77 publishes articles, discussion forums, an extensive event calendar, hosts portfolios, job listings, a database of design firms, schools, vendors and services. Core77 provides a gathering point for designers and enthusiasts alike by producing design competitions, lecture series, parties, and exhibits." (From the website)
A portal for modern and post-modern design. Index to designers, producers, and objects. Objects can be searched by historical period, function, or material. Especially valuable for researching the history and contemporary practice of industrial design.
InfosmART is the Glasgow School of Art Library's portfolio of online interactive modules in information and research skills, specifically designed for creative practitioners. It has been produced for the learning, teaching and research communities in art, design and architecture, and helps artists and designers to develop and improve their research capabilities and information handling, at either undergraduate, postgraduate or research levels. It does this through an easy-to-follow 5-step programme: Define, Find, Evaluate, Cite and Use.
"The Khatt Foundation, Center for Arabic Typography is a cultural foundation and design research center dedicated to advancing design and typography in the Middle East, North Africa and their diaspora, and to building cross-cultural creative networks." from the website
4000 images providing a unique insight into the history of British design and its promotion by the UK government from the 1940s to the early 1990s. The majority of images in the collection show products of various kinds, but there are also many images of architecture, urban design, interior design, graphic design, engineering design and corporate identity.