Layer has designed the kit of five, multi-purpose products, including a two-in-one charger and USB stick, and a phone case that turns into a fitness band and wallet.
The new gov.uk service will look to make it easier for users to find, apply and pay for more than 100 different types of licences.
The BBC has ditched Gill Sans and replaced it with BBC Reith, which has been designed by an in-house team and type foundry Dalton Maag, and will roll out to
We mark the Premier League’s 25th birthday with a focus on how design is shaping the beautiful game.
Chairman of The Garden Bridge Trust Lord David Abersoch and Mayor of London Sadiq Khan sound off with final words as a decision is made to pull the plug on
The Barcelona-based design conference comes to London for the first time next month, and will see the likes of DesignStudio, Poke and Territory offer their insight.
A patent filed by the Google-owned autonomous vehicle company shows how sensors in its cars could be used to detect a collision with a pedestrian or cyclist, and soften the
Spanning everything from graphics to transport design, the 10th iteration of the annual awards and exhibition includes a search and rescue drone that assists refugees and the national place branding
The latest in his series on assumptions, business adviser John Scarrott considers potential pitfalls and how designers can sell their services more successfully.
The new home rental company looks to have a strong “verbal identity” as well as a visual one, focusing on bold, abstract typography.
The identity and interiors for the hair salon have been created by To the Point, and feature a “linear” design style based on hair colouring techniques such as
The Athens and South America-based ride hailing app got a colourful new look that features emoji-style symbols to represent everyday scenes in different cities.
Martin Roth died at 62, the World Illustration Awards announced its winners and we looked at the design of the new Morrissey film – the news from the last seven
A round-up of moves, changes and appointments in the design world.
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The PatSim200 has been designed as a “patient in your pocket”, simulating human behaviour to help biomedical engineers test equipment such as blood pressure machines.
Trips has been designed by Lonely Planet’s in-house product team, and allows users to post photos, videos and stories about their travels.
Star Light, Star Bright has been designed by digital consultancy Guerilla Dance Project, and sees people activate “star” inspired light clusters across the city.
An array of eclectic ukuleles have been created by artists including Mick Rooney and Cathy Pilkington, and will be sold in aid of The Hepatitis C Trust.
The Migration Advisory Committee has launched an open consultation for businesses and organisations to advise on how the UK’s immigration system could be structured after leaving the European Union.
The exhibition at Joyce Cabinet features some of the graphic designer’s work for Pink Floyd and Jimi Hendrix from the 1960s, along with a new commission for the gallery.
The new branding has been designed by Pentagram partner Michael Bierut, and features an “always evolving” logo that takes on multiple typefaces to show the versatility of poetry.
Spy Studio founder and creative director Simon Clark advises on how consultancies and in-house procurement teams can work better together.
Prague-based Studio Marvil has given the Czech national train company SŽDC a new look that plays on the word “railway”.
The new identity has been designed by Pearlfisher, who commissioned illustrators to create colourful illustrations for the tea and coffee brand’s packaging.
The festival will see installations, exhibitions and talks at hubs across the city, including existing design districts like Clerkenwell and Shoreditch, and new additions such as Mayfair.
Gravity Sketch enables designers to create 3D virtual models in mid-air using a virtual reality headset and handheld controllers, cutting out the need for 2D sketches.
The 17 winners have been selected from over 2,300 entries submitted by illustrators worldwide, and are currently on show at London’s Somerset House.
Last week, Apple revealed it was killing off its iPod Nano and Shuffle models. We ask designers about the everyday products they would miss the most if
From a jobs boom in the design industry to new looks for Asics and Dreamland Margate, we round up the news from the last seven days.
Ashman first joined the consultancy in 1994, and previously held the role of global chief operating officer.