Analysts have welcomed measures in Chancellor George Osborne’s statement.
The new identity aims to be ‘smart, relevant and provocative’.
Transport for London is seeking up to 34 consultancies for its 2D design framework.
Pearson Lloyd’s redesign of hospital accident and emergency department has cut aggression against hospital staff by 50 per cent, according to a new study.
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AKQA’s Ugokidase Tokyo project, for Nike Japan, has won the Best of Show prize at this year’s Design Week Awards.
Raw’s factory farming awareness website may make you think twice about your Christmas dinner.
The countdown until the big day is well underway. What present would you buy a designer for Christmas?
More designers are taking senior positions in business. What do you think a designer can bring to a company at board level?
An EU-backed team is researching the potential of ‘smart fabrics’. What areas do you think they could be used in?
For the December installment of Great Western Studios’ Inside Design series, things are taking something of a cute turn with illustrators Bruce Ingman and Trisha Krauss.
Drawing together graphic design, digital art, illustration and interaction design, the New Year will see the launch of Alpha-ville Exchange in east London.
Manchester-based illustrator Stanley Chow has looked to ‘iconic women’ for inspiration.
Companies are increasingly attempting to engage consumers in identity change. But with how much success?
Would such a position reflect the realities of the state of design today?
Both Yahoo and Thomas Cook are keen to talk about how they rebranded cheaply or quickly.
BIDA chairman Gus Desbarats says industrial design can bring key benefits to organisations and businesses.
Fjord founder Mark Curtis looks at the opportunities and challenges of wearable health-monitoring technology.
Illustrator and designer Lizzie Mary Cullen on marketing yourself, ‘wanky’ clients and her ambition to ‘meet and seduce Mr Blobby’.