The new identity has been developed by The Partners and features a new typeface created by Fontsmith.
This week’s biggest design stories.
The Design Council Spark fund is open to anyone on the UK with “a brilliant product idea”.
Barclays customer experience director Clive Grinyer gave a talk at the Festival of Marketing in London looking at how organisations can use design to improve their customer experience.
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.
For the past year, Mike Dempsey has been working on a poster series based on familiar idioms and proverbs.
Experts tell us what they look for when they’re judging design awards.
Visual communication experts speculate on a changing landscape of sensory communication, cloud-based developments, and the unshifting principal of visual communication as a public service.
Those attending the Rufus Reinvents Money hackathon give us their thoughts.
The first sketches for designs including the Brompton bicycle, the Anglepoise lamp and the Eiffel Tower are going on show as part of an upcoming exhibition.
For its final show in its current home, Kemistry Gallery is showing work by prolific illustrator Jullien.
Artists, writers, academics and politicians are coming together for a three-day event in London to explore the future of graffiti.
Be brave, be human and pay attention to detail…
Hear from Barclays, Airbnb, DW Award winners CHI & Partners… and Tulisa…
The Design Museum’s move to Kensington could have a seismic effect on the design industry’s profile.
The Carter Wong co-founder talks fast cars, creative fulfillment and not being able to use a computer…
In this interview from Design Indaba, Dutch designer Max Kisman talks us through some of his designs and explains his working process.
The DBA’s John Scarrott looks at the fundamental thing all bosses in design businesses need to know.