As part of our series looking at alternative jobs in design studios, we speak to Sam Pollen, head of digital writing at Reed Words, about how he got to where
Plaything, created by Will Anderson and Niall Tessier-Lavigne, will let gamers take on the role of both “designer and player” by creating their own characters.
New Pentagram partner Yuri Suzuki gives us an insight into his highly experimental work ahead of a talk he will give at Design Indaba in Cape Town, South Africa, later
Guy’s Hospital recently invested in a £50 million project to improve cancer care at the London NHS trust – we speak to BAT Studio about designing The Living Room, a
Are you a carefree lover or a hopeless romantic? Sarah Hyndman, graphic designer and type enthusiast, analyses the fonts and styles of 10 different amorous cards to delve into what
Entries are open for the all new Design Week Awards, which includes new categories and in June a different kind of party to celebrate the winners.
This year’s branding, created by design studio Johnson Banks alongside illustrator Simon Prades, features an “F” letterform inside a silhouette of the festival’s guest director.
As we celebrate 100 years of Bauhaus, we ask designers how the school, its teachings and approaches have influenced their design style or career.
Spare Parts features a range of installations and exhibits that look at how we approach body part regeneration and organ transplantation, alongside the ethical issues around the subject.
From costumes to animation, we look at the award-winners across visual arts and design at this year’s British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards.
The updated edition of a book published by Taschen features over 250 new images, with additions including photos of women of the Bauhaus and product design projects.
As part of our series looking at alternative jobs in design studios, we speak to Marc Solomon, brand strategist at Bulletproof, about how he got to where he is, his
Mark Studio has taken a typographic approach inspired by volume faders found on DJs’ mixing equipment to create the new branding for not-for-profit group, Grooveschool.
Tesco launched new chain Jack’s last year, which rivals the likes of Aldi and Lidl with its prices. We chat to design studio 1HQ about how it created different “personalities”
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Research recently found that working mothers are “up to 40% more stressed” than other people – in the second piece of a two-part series, we speak to
The tech company has designed a new physical kit made up of large, coloured blocks, which can be used by those with impaired vision to learn the principles of coding
The 13th instalment of the Irish design conference takes place this year, with speakers including Yuri Suzuki, Lance Wyman and Ariane Spanier taking to the stage.
North America’s major charity for defending the country’s civil liberties has refreshed its print publication, in a bid to mobilise members, while educating and informing them about current human rights
Research recently found that working mothers are “up to 40% more stressed” than other people – in the first of a two-part series, we speak to female
Creative Concern has created a “strong” new visual identity, as well as a “flexible” website and “confident” tone of voice for the charity.
Sean Thomas, executive creative director at JKR, talks about the other roles and desirable options available in studios when design positions are hard to come by or don’t appeal.
A coffee shop featuring a playful cartoon hamster, cars being designed using 3D virtual reality tools and a typeface that responds to the sound of your voice are some of
The late fashion designer’s story, influences and legacy feature in the new show, which has been split into 11 sections including a part looking at Dior’s links to Britain.
The 70-year-old crisp brand has a new look designed by PepsiCo’s in-house design team and Vault49, which features both the Union Jack and several landmarks associated with the UK.
The Poster Prize for Illustration will open in February and sees 100 shortlisted illustrators respond to the theme of “London stories”, vying for the top prize of £2,000 and having
The retail giant has filed a patent for a new platform that would show people what combinations of different clothes look like without the need to physically wear them or
The first month of the year is anecdotally known nationwide as the most depressing one, with its bad weather, short days and notoriously unforgiving pay cheques. In light of this,
Gensler has designed the space in central London with the aim of encouraging “integration” between teams and highlighting the brand’s heritage.
As part of our series on design in 2019, Alex Moulton, chief creative officer at Trollbäck+Company, looks at what will happen in animation and motion graphic design over the next
The charity has been given a new identity by its in-house design team and Dragon Rouge, which looks to encourage those with cancer to “live life as fully as you
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