D-Lib Magazine

I.D. (magazine)

I.D. (The International Design Magazine) is a magazine covering the art, business and culture of design. It is published eight times a year by F+W Publications.

I.D. was founded in 1954 as Industrial Design. The name was later abbreviated to an initialism; in the 1980s the initials came to stand for International Design to reflect the magazine's broadened scope. Since 1954, the magazine has published the Annual Design Review, a juried design competition curated by I.D. staff and industry practitioners.

I.D. has won five National Magazine Awards: three for General Excellence (1995, 1997, 1999), one for Design (1997), and one for Special Interests (2000).

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