The price boost comes amid rumours the company is set to release the ‘iWatch’ smartwatch and the next-generation iPhone.
The inventors of Scribble say the devices uses a colour sensor and a microprocessor to mix inks of any colour.
We get the views of Scottish consultancies and those with major Scottish clients.
We talk to the design team at the Satellite Applications Catapult about embedding design thinking in the Space industry.
To mark the 150th anniversary of the opening of the first John Lewis store, the Design Museum his holding an exhibition of key products sold by the retailer.
We talk to Skype’s brand director Gary Bramall about building a brand team from scratch, why he doesn’t like guidelines and how Skype can keep everything in-house.
Newly merged Dixons Carphone is launching with a joint identity.
An architect team is being sought to lead the restoration work.
The Welsh Government is supporting a pilot scheme that aims to use 3D printing in areas such as burns therapy and wound-care.
Priestmangoode and SeymourPowell are among those shortlisted for the Tomorrow’s Train Design Today competition.
As part of our 2014 Design Week Top 100 coverage, we look at the key business trends that will affect different design sectors.
The organisers of the London 2012 Olympic Games have made an out-of-court settlement with a US consultancy which developed design concepts for the Games.
Foursquare has unveiled a new look and announced Swarm, a new personalised service that does away with ‘check-ins’.
New Deal Design’s Gadi Amit talks about how Google Ara could provide a sustainable future for mobile phones.
Foster + Partners has has led a major reconfiguration of the museum while Casson Mann has created new interpretation designs.