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Ivan Chermayeff died aged 85, a logo was launched to tackle “fake news” and designers offered advice on getting a pay rise – the news from the last seven days.
Last week, we discovered that graphic designers get paid £3,000 less than the average UK salary. So what can they do to fill their pockets more sufficiently? Designers offer
The Designing a Future Economy report looks at how different occupations use design skills and the positive impact this makes on the UK more generally.
The Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) has launched a new kitemark logo, which will be worn “with pride” by member magazines, newspapers and websites to show their content is regulated.
Research from accountancy firm Kingston Smith shows that the design sector has been more financially successful than last year, with a 5% increase in gross income.
Statistics from DCMS indicate that the creative industries – which include crafts, design, fashion, publishing and advertising – are healthy and growing, and provide increasing value to the wider economy.
Graphic designers get paid £3,000 below the average UK salary, and Kickstarter and Formula One rebranded – the news from the last seven days.
The global design consultancy’s New York office has given the charity a new visual identity, in a bid to help its mission of protecting children from sexual abuse online.
The white paper, which looks to boost UK business and the economy, has “positive measures” but does not give creative skills the same space as science, tech and maths, say
The term “graphic designer” was first coined by American typographer William Dwiggins in 1922 – but what interpretations existed before this? We ask designers to tell us about pre-20th century
Industry professionals react to the European Commission’s decision to stop the UK from hosting the cultural programme as a result of Brexit.