The consultancy has created a daily changing light display that will be projected from the top of the Shard in London from 19-31 December.
Tate has started to make items from its archive available to view on its website in a scheme to digitise its resources.
Three groups of students from the Royal College of Art have won a competition to transform the tunnel leading from South Kensington tube station into a design space.
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.
New customer-focused positioning offers bespoke service.
Government launches app that teaches students about encryption design and code breaking.
Mayor of London’s NYE 2014 Firework campaign designed to sell tickets, inform the public not to come if they don’t have one, and to raise the profile of the event.
The two screen phone has been designed so that the e-ink screen can offer a range of functions without using much power.
SomeOne and sister consultancy SomeOne/Else have looked to make a customer-focused design that “inspires the shopper”.
London members’ club Blacks has launched a new website, which features an animation of Hogarth prints that hang on the club’s walls.
The novel tells two stories concurrently – the first of a human experiencing a robot world and the second of a robot in an organic world.
Engineer Your Future, a gallery encouraging young people to pursue a career in engineering, will open next week.
Pilot service will allow small businesses to have designs printed and posted out.
The six part interactive story has been designed so that viewers can be engaged in a multimedia environment and drill down into deeper Wellcome Collection archival content.
Sir Clive is planning to release an update to his pioneering ZX Spectrum home computer, which launched in 1982.