The Invictus Games is a new event for wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women.
The Poetry Review – the magazine of the Poetry Society – has has been redesigned for the first time in ten years.
Pending the approval of a Heritage Lottery Fund bid, an exhibition design team and an architectural team will embark on a major overhaul of the museum.
This year’s Design Indaba conference brought a focus on place, identity and all things design.
In a bid to showcase the opportunities of the Internet of Things, six teams of designers, academics and entrepreneurs are working up prototypes of connected objects.
Former Kimberly-Clark marketing director Jon White spills the beans about what’s really expected of design consultancies.
Japanese animators have created a music video to raise money and awareness for a Japanese music therapy charity.
Designers tell us about airships and trains – giant hoardings and giant cats…
Industrial designer Tom Karen says that he persuaded a young Jony Ive not to quit his design course. Who influenced you to stick with design?
We all know design can improve the bottom line – but what else can it do?
A new exhibition showcases Richard Pare’s brilliant photographs of architecture by Le Corbusier and Konstantin Melnikov.
A new exhibition shines a light on the stories of east London’s Pembury estate.
A new show of work by photographer Slim Aarons offers glorious snapshots into the luxurious lives of the privileged.
Design, of course, can make money. But it can do so much else as well.
The more evidence there is against free-pitching, the more likely it is to be eradicated.
A few choice words from industrial design legend Tom Karen apparently stopped a young Ive from dropping design.
We look at the rise of ‘non-traditional’ education models like US-based General Assembly.
True North’s Sara Johnson looks at brand tone of voice, and whether ‘happy’ is really a good default.
Designer Bob Mytton tells us how he reignited his creative inspiration… through jazz.