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.
Barber & Osgerby has been appointed by Transport for London to work on the design of a new Crossrail train.
LCF works with Kin on light-themed catwalk shows, responsive installations and exhibitions created for BA degree shows.
Thomas Heatherwick’s London 2012 Olympic Cauldron will go on public display for the first time at the Museum of London.
New Designers has announced its winners, which include walking aids, pylon-inspired typography, and shoes that ‘grow’ with the wearer.
Skype for iPhone has been redesigned with a new interface and additional functionality that focuses on ‘user conversations and chat’.
The Arts Council has announced its three-year investment strategy for 2015-2018 which sees some institutions including the Barbican suffer a drop in funding.
Product and furniture designer and architect Alvar Aalto, and architecture photographer Ola Kolehmainen are being celebrated at a new London show opening next month.
Next month sees the results of the fifth edition of Jerwood Makers Open go on show, with works ranging from architecturally-informed pieces to ceramics to glass.
CDP’s new visual system is informed by a ‘Potential realised’ positioning, which looks to tell the story of the consultancy’s tech and human experience-led product design.
Pinta London’s celebration of industrial design from Brazil and Mexico opens this week.