Russian set designer Sergei Barkhin is working on an exhibition of Russian Avant-Garde theatre at the V&A.
The branding aims to reflect the personalised offer of east London development One Eighty.
M&C Saatchi has created a series of posters for Transport for London, looking to encourage Londoners to explore new areas and experiences in the capital.
The Welsh Government is seeking to appoint branding, graphic and digital design consultancies to its communication and marketing services framework.
As part of our 2014 Design Week Top 100 coverage, we look at the key business trends that will affect different design sectors.
Dates and destinations for the degree shows where you can discover the UK’s new design talent across the UK.
Design Week Awards 2014
The Tomorrow Project, which aims to tackle youth unemployment, has scooped the top prize.
A charming new Riso-printed book finds letterforms in the buildings of east London.
Google is releasing a new modular phone that lets users upgrade individual parts instead of throwing the handset away. What other consumer product would you like to see redesigned to improve sustainability?
Designers tell us what they look for in their perfect client.
Designers talk about CVs disguised as milk cartons, action figures, back-scratchers, coffee cups, and Kinder Eggs.
The glorious union of dogs and punk rock is being brought to life at a forthcoming Manchester show, celebrating the lives of the Gravehounds.
As Comic Sans celebrates its twentieth birthday designers illustrate what it means to them.
A new exhibition looks at how MacDonald Gill developed the typeface for British war memorials.
Like the London 2012 Olympics, Glasgow 2014 could come to be seen as a design success story.
The uncontrollable media hype around Airbnb’s rebrand shows what a success it is.
The Design Council programme identifies ‘principled, passionate and purposeful’ graduates at New Designers.
Policy Connect’s Naomi Turner expands on claims that UK design education is failing students.
Brandworkz chief executive Jens Lundgaard looks at what might be the right branding strategy for an ailing retailer.
Jon Daniel talks to Emory Douglas, former Minister of Culture for the Black Panther Party.