We can only hope that readers are more prompt when meeting deadlines set by clients than when meeting those set by Design Week. Desperate telephone enquiries received here left the nagging suspicion that many had not picked up a pen to complete the Top 100 Survey until the day it had to be handed in. Surely in the Nineties designers don’t respond to clients’ briefs like that? Then again…
From smart toothbrushes to light-up pedestrian crossings, we look back at our most popular stories across products and digital this year.
Design Week’s most popular pieces on illustration and design exhibitions from the past year, from shows on protest poster graphics to place branding.
People are spending less money on physical items and more on doing things, recent research shows. Here are some non-physical present ideas to surprise the creative person
Mysterious tigers, blue whales and dragons take centre stage at the prolific illustrator’s first solo show in over a decade.