We look back at the defining moments in sport-related design this year.
Rose Blake, Supermundane and Rude have been commissioned by a life insurance company to create beautiful policy documents for customers to encourage safe keeping.
Government launches app that teaches students about encryption design and code breaking.
Desigwerk creates sculpture to mark 100 years since the truce football match between German and British soldiers in 1914.
Campaign website Blue Badge Style aims to unite fashion and wheelchairs through a current design project with Brunel University.
Paramount London Entertainment Resort will feature rides based on Hollywood blockbusters and BBC programmes.
The two screen phone has been designed so that the e-ink screen can offer a range of functions without using much power.
Pilot service will allow small businesses to have designs printed and posted out.
As SeymourPowell marks three decades in business, we talk to the consultancy’s two founders.
Sir Clive is planning to release an update to his pioneering ZX Spectrum home computer, which launched in 1982.
Figures from Falmouth University and the Centre for Economics and Business Research show that design was worth £3.4 billion in 2012.
The collection has been bought by charity the Art Fund after it was in danger of being separated and sold off.
Sony has been developing a watch that uses electronic paper to create an ever-changing series of face and strap designs.
The consultancy has recreated the interiors to make it more comfortable for use at festivals and other outdoor events.
Apple’s value is higher than the GDP of all but 19 countries in the world.