Blue State Digital has redesigned the Natural History Museum’s website so that it can better spotlight the underrepresented work of scientists at the museum.
This week’s biggest design stories.
London’s City University is seeking to appoint design consultancies to a new two-year roster.
We chat to two Israeli designers about Arabic/Hebrew typefaces they have created in a bid to create unity between the two languages.
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.
As a tribute to Wally Olins, who died last year, designer Jamin Galea is putting together an illustrated “Wall of Wally”.
We ask a selection of experts their thoughts on how they define “branding”.
Ahead of the Service Design for Public Services conference in Cardiff this month, experts give us their examples of how service design can be used.
This month is rife with New Year resolutions. We ask designers what they would do differently in 2015.
The festival organisers say the aim of the event is to “champion the exploration of traditional and contemporary printmaking”.
Nissen Richards Studio works on 2D and 3D interpretation designs to tell stories of Churchill’s scientists.
The V&A Museum of Childhood is celebrating the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland with its exhibition The Alice Look
The moral choices designers make provide a compelling case for the power of design.
This week we learned from Government figures that last year design contributed £3.1 billion to the UK economy.
As the new year stretches ahead of us, here are the five things Design Week would like to see happen in the design world over the next 12 months.
January can be a tough month, so the DBA’s John Scarrott looks at how to raise your spirits.
Jon Daniel talks to the motion graphics designer and founder of the Thenublk website.
In this interview from Design Indaba, Nwokorie talks about how he defines branding and how it has changed over time.