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Alternative Thinkers looks to provide a space for designers to find investors, collaborators and opportunities for projects with a social focus.
Led by the team at Popp Studio, the lingerie brand’s new look features a redrawn logo and wordmark, as well as a rethought colour palette and packaging.
With an industry increasingly preoccupied with multi-function and smart watches, we explore Marloe Watch Company’s hand-wound approach with head designer Gordon Fraser.
The studio’s branding aims to demonstrate visually how the data consultancy can sort out and clarify relevant data for its clients.
Unlike the other voice assistants such as Alexa and Siri, Beeb is British, male and will feature exclusive content from the BBC.
Responding to a surge in domestic violence cases brought on by lockdown, technology company IBM has proposed five design principles aimed at combating tech-facilitated coercive control.
As race protests spark throughout the world, we look at the role of graphic design and why the movement must ultimately “not stop with an image”.
This year marks the first ever virtual edition of the ceremony, which has crowned five Gold-winning projects from the likes of Bompas & Parr and Coley Porter Bell.
Government restrictions may have outlawed physical graduate showcases this year, but many universities have moved celebrations online – here is our guide to what’s on offer.
Lantern studio has given Zero Gravity a geometric new look, which seeks to highlight students’ hidden potential when applying to university.
From pub-scented candles, to Polaroid chemistry and a weekly cartoon strip inspired by the bubonic plague, this is what designers got up to last month.