The Barbican is introducing a new online tool that lets people search through its programme based on how they feel.
Enso looked at new ways of engaging the architect’s audience, including “the Woodpecker” drawing device.
Health-tracking company Fitbit has followed tech giants Apple and Samsung into the smartwatch market.
New website designed to help BAFTA better communicate with its audiences.
Photographs from the Information Age Gallery, which has been designed by Universal Design Studio.
Google is launching new email app Inbox, which it says is “designed to focus on what matters”.
Sophia George, the Victoria & Albert Museum’s first-ever Game Designer in Residence, has created a new iPad game inspired by the work of William Morris.
A round-up of this week’s news in brief
Leeds and London-based consultancy Home is behind the design of Waitrose Pet, a new online e-commerce destination.
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”.
Praline has branded The Culture Diary – an online system which aims to help UK cultural organisations avoid event clashes and collaborate.
Kinetica Art Fair returns this year to a new east London home with yet another line up of weird and wonderful moving artworks.
Blue State Digital is working with the Labour Party on a digital strategy to mobilise people into community engagement and grassroots campaigning.
The BBC has updated its flagship children’s news programme.
The Mirrorcity exhibition looks to show how contemporary art is responding to “the dilemmas, realities and consequences of living in a digital age.”