Pentagram partner Harry Pearce has created a new visual identity for Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, making the logo the centre of attention.
Google’s self-driving car has been involved in 14 accidents during six years of testing, the company says – but not once has it been the cause of the collision.
The World of Wedgwood visitor attraction – with design by Silver Leopard and Jo Sampson – is opening in Stoke-on-Trent after an Art Fund appeal saved the 80,000-piece Wedgwood Collection from being broken up.
The redesigned gallery will feature mobile phone designs by Naoto Fukasawa, the first-ever Sony Walkman and Hello Kitty! paraphernalia.
As a retrospective of his career opens in London, illustrator Ralph Steadman tells us about working with Hunter S. Thompson and how Revlon cosmetics were the key to his Gonzo visual style.
Government is looking to introduce a scheme that would allow designers to “virtually mark” their creations to legally protect them.
The first London Design Biennale will take place in 2016 and will see design showcases from 40 countries respond to the theme of “Utopia by Design” at London’s Somerset House.
Brandworkz chief executive Jens Lundgaard looks at brands that have successfully embraced the idea of delivering the unexpected.
Apple has updated its iPod touch for the first time since 2012, following speculation that the iPod product range might be killed off.
There’s been an overwhelming response to the Design Week Awards and we want to make sure everyone has a chance to complete their entries.
Alfa Romeo has worked with Italian consultancy Robilant Associati to redesign its badge, which now sports new colours and redrawn elements while retaining the famous man-eating snake.
British Gas-owned Hive has launched a suite of new products that allow heat and ambiance of home to be controlled while providing security measures.