We speak to Lucy Painter of Studio Recruitment and Pip Jamieson of The Dots to find out how they’re advising the Class of 2020 to go about job hunting right
The animated videos, created for charity Migrant Help, were designed by London-based studio Templo.
Snask studio has provided the UK shoe shop with a new look which puts its customer service ahead of the latest footwear trends.
Zipline has collaborated with a health network in North Carolina to deliver much-needed medical supplies to American health centres affected by the pandemic.
Design Week caught up with Studio Output creative director Johanna Drewe and Resn creative director Simon Jullien to find out.
Design Week has partnered with Framer to try and understand how designers use prototyping in interaction design projects — help us compile a free to access report
The amount on offer from the government is worth nearly £200 per employee, according to a statement from HM Treasury and may benefit design studios with less than 250 employees.
PriestmanGoode has reworked a train seat so that it can hold bikes in place, thereby creating distance on trains and lessening pressure on public transport.
Superunion has created the new identity for Move United, which is a merge of Disabled Sports USA and Adaptive Sports USA.
We’ve rounded up our favourite design projects which aim to raise awareness, from an outdoor illustrated installation to the Mental Health Coalition.
Representatives from the UK’s arts and culture spheres will meet weekly to discuss ways to help get the sector “up and running again”.
“If you told me 60 days ago that I’d be on video calls eight hours straight from home, I’d have been like, there’s no way,” Mark Spates says of the
North has created a typographic identity for the new museum which aims to balance the Norwegian artist’s iconic image and engage more diverse audiences.
The move would give UK designers protection against copying across all EU member states, something that had previously not been assured in the withdrawal bill.
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The third edition of London’s global gathering of creatives will now take place next year, following the coronavirus pandemic.
James Dyson has revealed information about electric vehicle project, which was scrapped last year, which was an SUV model with a “hologram” dashboard.
US-based Sum Studio is looking to address the “supply chain bottleneck” caused by the pandemic with the nature-inspired “Xylinum” transparent mask.
Bigger clients mean bigger audiences, but with that can also come more criticism – we asked designers how they feel about critique on the public stage.
Hyperakt has provided the coding organisation with a brand refresh in the hopes of engaging school students in the run-up to its 10th anniversary.
The UK’s attempt to launch a contact tracing app has attracted criticism over privacy and technical performance. Design might provide an answer.
Bike company VanMoof was supposed to unveil its new models live, but COVID-19 made that impossible. Instead design studio Resn created a virtual launch.
Creative production studio Toad has partnered with King’s College London, the NHS and Maudsley Charity to produce a series of advice-based animations for families.
The online community dedicated to supporting the mental health of hundreds of thousands of young women of colour has been rebranded by Tickety Boo.
mPharma aims to make medication more widely available – and at cheaper prices – across pharmacies in all areas of Africa.
The chancellor’s billion-pound scheme will continue to support workers, but will soon shift to encourage a gradual return to work.
As the UK government eases lockdown measures, we speak to designers about what they’ve learned during this time and what returning to work might look like.
The international classifieds platform has been injected with “joy, colour and energy” to show users that second-hand shopping is a “smart choice”.
The government’s communications around easing lockdown measures has attracted criticism for a lack of clarification. Designers give us their verdict.