Coke puts the red into redesign with a new look for its signature brands.
Following last week's news of workstation-class Quadro graphics cards offering real-time raytracing at Siggraph, Nvidia's shipped powerful cards for desktop PCs.
Feed copy into Getty's Panels and it will provide you with tailored, relevant stock images, claims the company - and it will even learn what you like.
Machine learning has allowed the likes of Nvidia to make tasks like object removal, noise reduction and up-rezing much, much easier.
Lucid offers designers a chance to create design systems without the use of code.
Illustrator Rose Blake gives a kid-friendly update for David Hockney's art guide A History of Pictures
A reimagining of an art theory essential aims to bring the history of art alive for a young audience.
New Nvidia graphics cards offer 'industry-changing' real-time raytracing on your computer for the first time
The new Turing architecture and Quadro RTX cards based on it that will revolutionise how 3D artists work, says Nvidia.
Wimbledon, the World Cup and more are immortalised in an eye-catching series of illustrations.
New third-party apps and creative methods allow you to create something far removed from the world of Animoji & Memoji.
A new series of illustrations reminds us that summer is more than just stickiness and heatwaves.
The Playstation fave makes its remastered return this year, in a nice reminder of how far game graphics have progressed in the last two decades.
50 years on from the release of the International Symbol of Access, a new set of icons are launched to help highlight invisible disabilities.
Illustrator Edward Monaghan has turned children's and adult's visions of the future into psychedelic art
The UK public's vision of future cities and transport comes to life in a colourful series of Yellow Submarine-esque imagery.
Google's Smart Display UI is a peek at Android's voice-centric Fuchsia evolution.
Lyft's new campaign came from trusting creator Guillaume Kurkdjian, resulting in some delightful GIF work that fizzes with life and energy.
Microsoft's packaging design for new XBox Adaptive Controller is as accessible as the product itself
Microsoft unveils its latest move towards more-inclusive product design.
Elysian Brewing Company commissioned five very different artists to produce large-scale works across five US cities.
Kono's Hexgears X-1 looks likes Apple's Magic Keyboard, but has mechanical switches for a better typing experience – and it works with the Mac, iPads and even Windows PCs.
The first workstations using the chips are due in August from Dell and Lenovo.
A mad promo from electronic producer Iglooghost provides a fitting update of classic Warp visuals and some great interplay between live-action/3D footage.