It’s good to take a step back from time to time to consider what designing means. It has changed hugely since the 1960s – when, arguably, the foundations were laid
Apple’s iPad has won the Best of Show award in this year’s Design Week Awards. The judges said of the iPad, ’It has changed the way we consume, the way
Beyond Creative Thinking is set to work with Mars on the design of a training room concept for the company’s Slough headquarters. The consultancy says it is being appointed on
US-based consultancy Method is teaming up with Central St Martins College of Art and Design to launch an accelerator programme to bring products, services and companies to market. The team
Webb & Webb has designed a retrospective monograph of the work of 1960s photographer Brian Duffy, who burned most of his negatives on giving up photography in 1979. Featuring portraits
Blue Marlin has created new structural packaging and graphics for Bulgarian spirit brand Yambolska Grozdova. The brand is a form of rakia, a fruit brandy that is the national drink
Howdy has worked on the identity, wayfinding and marketing materials for Lifehouse, a health spa situated in the village of Thorpe-le-Soken, in Essex. The consultancy has been working on the
SVI Design has created a brochure and advertising for Italian luxury yacht company Southern Wind Shipyard and is set to start work on a rebrand of the company.Sasha Vidakovic, founder
Next week will see the inaugural Global Service Jam take place – a worldwide virtual design challenge involving teams from more than 50 cities creating a service prototype in 48
Arik Levy has created an occasional table for Molteni and has further developed the Breva chair. The products will launch at the Milan furniture fair, which runs from 12-17 April.
Shropshire-based consultancy Liberty Creative has designed a new identity and website for photographer and film-maker Stephen Vernon Clarke.
Heritage properties are tapping into a bygone era, translating stories from their past into contemporary, visual elements to try to attract a younger audience. Laura Snoad looks at some of