After working on the IWM redevelopment last year, Casson Mann has now created the museum’s first ever international touring exhibition.
To mark Record Store Day on 18 April, we ask designers including Paula Scher, Michael C Place and Stuart Hammersley why they think the vinyl format has stood the test of time.
Freelance designer Rebecca Shipham looks at the barriers that prevent design graduates from setting up their own businesses and proposes a solution.
Stuart Watson, former creative director at Moving Brands and Venture Three, is joining DesignStudio as executive creative director. We talk to him about client envy and how branding got cool.
Shoppers can use the app to pre-select groceries, to locate them when they arrive at a store and then pay via their mobile.
Campaign reflects museum’s £17.5 million overhaul and looks to show how it has grown in size and ambition but will still appeal to the “incuriously curious.”
We talk to Marina Willer and Naresh Ramchandani about their I Give An X campaign, which aims to encourage young people to cross their ballots and have their say in the General Election next month.
University of of Arts London Professor Fred Deakin tells us how his Collabology education initiative is giving students a taste of the professional design world.
Sheffield Hallam University design inspired by hair curlers, offers increased support, movement and comfort.
In this extract from his new book, freelance illustrator and art director Ben Tallon talks about the realities of setting up his own business straight out of college and reveals the lessons he learned.
New Johnnie Walker “Striding Man” has been redrawn to better reference craftsmanship and introduce more of a sense of character and confidence.
We ask designers about the strangest material they’ve ever designed with. (Warning – features body parts…)