Photographs from the Information Age Gallery, which has been designed by Universal Design Studio.
Google is launching new email app Inbox, which it says is “designed to focus on what matters”.
Holiday camp Butlins is looking to appoint a consultancy to design a new Butlins identity and work on strategy and positioning.
GSC seeks interactive consultancy for ‘hands-on’ exhibits, which can teach adults and children about the science and engineering behind a low carbon future.
Shortlisted Electrolux Design Lab projects include concepts to make carrots taste like steak and a hologram-based game that allows cooks to become “hunter-gatherers”.
As part of his series of interviews with “founding fathers” of design in the 1990s, Williams Murray Hamm co-founder Richard Williams meets Rodney Fitch.
Design Week Awards 2014
The Tomorrow Project, which aims to tackle youth unemployment, has scooped the top prize.
Sophia George, the Victoria & Albert Museum’s first-ever Game Designer in Residence, has created a new iPad game inspired by the work of William Morris.
We look at some of the best representations of design on the small screen.
This year’s Design Manchester takes the theme of ‘The Science of Imagination’. We ask speakers about the balance of technology and imagination.
Designers tell us about their idea of the perfect brief.
As the specter of Halloween looms ever closer, more ghoulish art and graphics shows are emerging.
Mr Gresty and his community of artists and illustrators are looking at Rhyming Slang in his latest exhibition.
An exhibition at Whitechapel Gallery showcases an “abstract alphabet” created by designer Fraser Muggeridge and pupils at Welling School.
Following DW’s conversation with George Osborne about design, here are some follow-up questions for the Chancellor.
Critiquing a new logo is easy to do. Understanding the story of how a company is changing internal and external perceptions of itself is more difficult.
Top tips from Design Week’s panel sessions on working in the design industry.
As Peter Silk and Jack Pearce mark 30 years of working together as Silk Pearce, they answer our Ten Questions.
Up to the Light founder Jonathan Kirk looks at five questions consultancies can ask their clients to improve their relationship.
D&AD provides its thoughts on GCSE consultation and the future of design education.