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As part of our series on design in 2024, WeWantMore creative director Ruud Belmans offers his view on what retail and experience design might look like next year.
As part of our series on design in 2024, Mia Blume – founder of Design Dept. and Designing with AI – tells us that next year will be a “paradigm
Taking the form of a ‘vagina-like’ tent, INTER/her by Camille Baker uses cutting edge tech to open up conversations around issues like ovarian and cervical cancer, endometriosis, and menopause.
As part of our series on design in 2024, Studio Arc director Lyndsey Bowditch offers her view on what exhibition design might look like next year.
As part of our series on design in 2024, Run for the Hills co-founder Anna Burles offers her view on what hospitality interior design might look like next year.
As part of our series on design in 2024, Design Bridge and Partners’ digital creative director Jessica Tan offers her view on what interactive design might look like next year.
As part of our series on design in 2024, SMAKK senior creative Ollie Ennis offers their view on what packaging design might look like next year.
As part of our series on design in 2024, Rodd Industrial Design’s managing director Ben Davies offers his view on what product design might look like next year.
Looking back on Design Week’s biggest branding stories, from two social media giants to Girlguiding, the National Portrait Gallery and Center Parcs, via the newly named Le Shuttle.
This month’s selection includes spaces that pay homage to industrial heritage, and an opticians that uses mycelium to display its glasses.
From navigating difficult client conversations to accessibility and sustainability, we look back on the best nuggets of wisdom Design Week offered over the last 12 months.
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The hero assets of Call of Duty’s new identity is a bespoke typeface called Hitmaker, inspired by the games roots and military heritage.
Hand-drawn illustrations and a “warm and inviting” tone of voice look to bring personality to the brand and encourage users to return.
From luxury spirit bottles to futuristic biomaterial solutions, here are our favourite product, print and packaging stories from this year.
Featuring out-there designs inspired by spherical marble forms, a stencil font that’s protest-ready, and typography to build chairs with.
From firsts in football and festivals to Royal design stories that will go down in history, here are the ten news stories that got you reading this year.
Toyota colour and sensory designer Viviana Hohenstein explains how autonomous cars of the future can seamlessly intertwine technology and natural materials.
Accountancy firm Moore Kingston Smith’s 2023 annual survey reveals a widening gulf between agencies achieving high margins, and those in “worst case” situations leading to redundancies.
The new designs – including the brand’s first ever monogram – are inspired by the diamond jewellery specialist’s unique metalwork.
Studio Airport has been Emergence magazine’s creative partner since its inception, expanding editorial design into ambitious new territories.
In packaging and multimedia design, the colour of the year could be used to bring “a vintage vibe” to a project, according to Pantone.
C&G&H is behind the official designs marking 250 years of US independence on 4 July 2026.
From illuminated sculptures to a sensorial curio booth designed to resemble a sanctuary, here are some of our favourite projects from this year’s Design Miami/ fair.
Gallerists, collectors, fair directors and designers on collectible design’s role in the wider industry; and why the pieces’ often-eyewatering price tags are justified.
The new designs use tactile 3D illustrations and cute characters to “celebrate the bond between pets and people”.
This month, Landor & Fitch’s rebrand drops the Fitch; senior appointments at Dragon Rouge, Athletics and Vault49 and more.
From Twitter’s rebrand to X, to the collaborative process of designing the UK’s first gallery of South Asian culture, here are our top long reads of 2023.