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Much of the work at this year’s event is underpinned by sustainability, with designs from the likes of Mexico, the UAE and Scandinavia all being featured for their eco-friendly credentials.
MarinaTex, an organic and biodegradable alternative to traditional plastic, was developed by University of Sussex student Lucy Hughes.
Form and functionality have long been the focus of design, but a growing number of designers are shifting away from this, creating projects that prioritise history, culture and narrative in
The new look, which includes revised colours, illustration guides, graphics and a bespoke typographic styling, aims to strengthen Duolingo’s brand identity across its expanding product line.
New regulations coming into effect on the 23 September 2019 will require public sector websites and apps to be accessible to everyone, including those with disabilities.
The new look was designed by London-based consultancy Deep and takes inspiration from the brand’s “British heritage and pioneering spirit”.
The deputy Labour leader spoke about the “disastrous” effect no-deal Brexit could have on the UK’s creatives in a speech hosted by the Creative Industries Federation.
The Art the Arms Fair auction event will sell off work from the likes of Shepard Fairey and Ralph Steadman as part of its protest against the biennial DSEI arms
Genderless AI voices, hands free breast pumps and self-driving shuttle buses feature in the shortlist and accompanying exhibition this year
The new animations join the award-winning set launched last year, which was the first rebrand of the terrestrial channel in 20 years.
Brands, retailers, designers and makers are thinking about sustainability more than ever at this year’s LDF exhibitions. Here are our picks of ones you don’t want to miss.