Conservative Party leader David Cameron told the CBI conference last week that Britain doesn’t have strong regional identities. Do you agree or disagree, and why?
You might think you know your digital design, but even hardcore fanatics will want to visit Decode, the Victoria & Albert Museum and Onedotzero’s collaborative exhibition on ‘digital design sensations’.
Next year could be the year you take back the reins and buy out your business – so don’t let negative publicity about borrowing put you off, says Stuart Avery
Product development is one way for designers to help communities in the Third World, whether it’s by addressing specific needs or creating employment and income. Anna Richardson talks to designers
Poland is rightly famous for its poster art, but what’s the latest generation of creatives up to? Trish Lorenz catches up with three graphic artists whose subversive work reflects a
Working on cool products for cool brands isn’t always enough – industrial designer Robert Brunner discovered his inner client and now enjoys the entrepreneurial life. Clare Dowdy talks to the
Following Rodney Fitch’s departure from the consultancy there was a suggestion that under my leadership the nature of the Fitch offer would change in emphasis (Comment, DW 26 November). Nothing
In response to your piece about the National Art and Design Saturday Club (Comment, DW 19 November), I wonder if I could ask any Design Week readers who attended Saturday
So, the Central Office of Information is reviewing its roster of consultancies for design services, splitting it into three new frameworks (News, DW 24 September). COI creative director Fanny Sigler