Wonder Stuff Studio has designed the visual identity for Durham Distillery, basing it on the city cathedral’s stained-glass window.
SomeOne has created new branding for Govia Thameslink Railway.
Rose Blake, Supermundane and Rude have been commissioned by a life insurance company to create beautiful policy documents for customers to encourage safe keeping.
The ScotlandsPeople service, a family history platform run by National Records of Scotland, is being overhauled, with web designers sought to work on the project.
We look back at the defining moments in sport-related design this year.
In this 2001 interview, Mike Dempsey meets the modest and rather mysterious artist and designer.
Design Week Awards 2014
The Tomorrow Project, which aims to tackle youth unemployment, has scooped the top prize.
Sarah Hyndman’s forthcoming book looks at the different “personalities” fonts have.
What should you buy the designer in your life? We find out.
Annotated pages from the world’s greatest illustrators went under the hammer last week - we ask illustrators to choose their favourite children’s book illustrators.
Last week the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games mascots were unveiled. Designers tell us about their favourite mascots.
An exhibition showcasing original artworks of Ladybird books from the 1950s-70s opens in January 2015.
The Victoria & Albert Museum will showcase a selection of photographs that explore the experiences of black people in Britain in the latter half of the 20th century.
Pearlfisher’s installation may look like an excuse to mess around, but the consultancy says it carries a message about the power of play.
Key pointers from design businesses we’ve profiled in recent weeks.
Be brave, be human and pay attention to detail…
Hear from Barclays, Airbnb, DW Award winners CHI & Partners… and Tulisa…
Jon Daniel meets the Trinidadian branding and graphics specialist.
Sedley Place’s Jeremy Roots picks his five essential Desert Island Designs.
Factorydesign co-founder Adam White tells us how he and his fellow partners have started to hand the business over to staff.