UK food retailers could soon be able to use low-glycaemic index labels, six years after they were withdrawn in a European ban.
Three designs have been worked up by Butterfly Cannon and are being put to a public vote.
Mark’s Bar will be operated by Mark Hix and will initially sit in the Men’s Shoe Galleries of Selfridges London.
Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre design inspired by earth, water, fire and air elements.
Public invited to design their own cars at Tokyo Motor Show using virtual reality head set.
The Finnish capital is launching a pilot project to enable designers to steer the way the city is developed.
Elmwood has rebranded holiday company Al Fresco, aiming to shift the look ‘from product to people’.
The self-assembly gun is formed from twigs and elastic bands.
The UK Government is piloting a Policy Lab to apply design principles to policy-making and public service.
Incoming Master of the Faculty Malcolm Garrett says the Royal Designers for Industry could bring together all design bodies and represent them.
The new HELIX Centre for Design in Healthcare is a collaboration between the Royal College of Art and Imperial College London.
A suite of different logos reflect various artistic processes.
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Creative businesses including British Museum, Landor Associates and Factorydesign make up the new Taskforce.
Plain cigarette packaging is set to be introduced in 2015, according to reports.
The ‘SmartWig’ could monitor brainwaves and blood pressure or help people navigate.
Dalziel and Pow has designed a new digital store concept for Argos, which sidelines catalogues and pencils in favour of iPads and free in-store WiFi.
Tangerine works on new Sindoh product designs while collaborating with DWHD on the company’s identity.
SomeOne will develop Garden Bridge brand as the project takes shape ‘organically’, adapting it with appropriate messaging.