D&AD is launching the ‘high-street’ version of its annual, which is for the first time available to the general public, rather than just to lucky D&AD members. The new annual,
Got a bright idea for a revolutionary bagless vacuum cleaner, hand-dryer or bladeless fan? Well tough, because James Dyson’s already beaten you to it. But if you think you’ve found
The 2010 Design Week Top 100 deadline has been extended to Friday 12 March.
Dramatic mountains, bouncing orphan Heidi, healthy cows and holey cheese are all powerful emblems of Switzerland. But why are these images as popular now as they were 100 years ago?
Clients can spend money on marketing or manufacture, but without design at the heart of a project it’ll surely fail, says Roger Mavity
As lighting technology develops, large-scale, functional schemes across architecture and the outdoors become more efficient and long-lasting, but what about the design of the humble lamp? Anna Richardson talks to
For more than a decade, Dan Fern has been a driving force in communication design at the Royal College of Art. Adrian Shaughnessy speaks to a selection of his former
It’s difficult for a small charity to stand out among the bland corporate identities that dominate the sector, but St George’s Crypt has made a real impact with its latest
Brian Eno and Harrison & Co teamed up to create this year’s Brighton Festival identity. Which musicians do you think would bring the strongest creative direction to branding projects, and
It was interesting to read Take Stock, Anna Richardson’s feature about the sustainable process (DW 11 February). Here at Bournemouth University we have launched a short course for business titled
If I could bring in anyone from outside the design industry as a non-executive director, who would I choose (Voxpop, DW 11 February)? A small business like ours can be
I have worked for Phil Jones in person, and it is so true what he says about motivating his staff in his Business Insight (DW 18 February). He made sure