The Design Council Spark fund is open to anyone on the UK with “a brilliant product idea”.
Mercedes has created a design for what it suggests might be the car “interior of the future”.
The new e320 trains are set to go into service next year.
Co-founder of digital consultancy AKQA James Hilton is leaving to become founding partner of interior and product design company AtelierStrange.
The MOM incubator, designed by 23-year-old James Roberts, has won the £30,000 prize.
Hitachi Retail Europe train destined for Scotland features cantilevered seating and a QR-code system for reserving seats while you’re sitting in them.
Fiction is an “invisible” bookshelf that gives the impression of a stack of books either balancing at an impossible angle or toppling from a pile.
A new book from Taschen reveals some of the everyday graphic designs, artworks and artefacts that typified life in the former East Germany.
The deal follows a recent space of acquisitions, including brand consultancies Salter Baxter and Turner Duckworth.
Consultancy Together Design is launching an online shop.
Celtic motifs and modern detailings are brought together as Aer Lingus prepares to enter “a new era”.
Health-tracking company Fitbit has followed tech giants Apple and Samsung into the smartwatch market.
The NoPhone is a solid block of plastic that allows people to manage their phone addiction using a surrogate device.
Engineering group CPI is seeking designers to help realise “windowless planes” which project the outside view onto the inside of the fuselage.
The Craft’s Council’s two-day Make:Shift:Do event next month offers the opportunity for people to try their hand at techniques such as 3D printing, smart textile creation and CNC milling.