The Barbican is introducing a new online tool that lets people search through its programme based on how they feel.
The identity has been created by Portuguese consultancy Brandia Central.
A first look inside the Design Museum’s latest show, which profiles 25 women who use fashion “to define and enhance their positions in the world”.
The Inclusive Technology Prize has been launched by Nesta, working with the Office for Disability Issues, Innovate UK, Business Innovation and Skills and solicitors Irwin Mitchell.
Engineering group CPI is seeking designers to help realise “windowless planes” which project the outside view onto the inside of the fuselage.
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.
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The Tomorrow Project, which aims to tackle youth unemployment, has scooped the top prize.
It’s one of the questions being posed at the Great Debate at the Design MCR Festival, but what do you think?
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.
The Wellcome Collection in London is set to open the “Institute of Sexology”, an exhibition looking at the study of sex.
“The UK’s largest annual sequential arts festival” returns to Leeds next month with an international line-up of guests.
A memorable visual snapshot of the key moments of the past 12 months.
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.
Nigel Carrington, vice-chancellor of University of the Arts London, says exam boards need to adopt a model of creativity in context.
Jon Daniel talks to prolific illustrator, designer, filmmaker and artist Benjamin Wachenje.
As Peter Silk and Jack Pearce mark 30 years of working together as Silk Pearce, they answer our Ten Questions.