In his latest Four Corners column, Jon Daniel talks to British-born, New York-based art director Des Barzey.
We asked you to send us photos of your studios laden in baubles and tinsel for the festive season, and we certainly didn’t get a frosty response.
How well were you paying attention in 2015? Find out how much you know about the big design stories with Design Week’s end-of-year quiz (no prizes – it’s just for fun!).
As a comment on the Tokyo 2020 Olympics organisers’ decision to launch a public logo competition, US designer Michael Raisch asked a class of three-year-olds to create a mark for the Games. We speak to him about the results.
A new initiative at the European Space Agency is redesigning the function and materials of satellites to make them melt before they re-enter the Earth’s atmosphere.
Todd Architects and consultancy Tandem have been appointed to complete the architectural and interior design of the new Maritime Museum and Archive Centre in Derry, Northern Ireland.
The magazine will relaunch in March 2016 with a new look to match its new editorial strategy – more long-form articles and closer ties with its online channels.
As design groups Frog and Fjord both publish their digital and tech predictions for 2016, we look at some of the predictions they make for designers next year.
The news that got you talking – we look at the ten most-read stories published by Design Week in 2015.
Who were the most prolific designers this year? Who gave the best advice? And who have we learned from?
As part of a major restoration, the RSC will be opening a family-friendly permanent exhibition at the Swan Wing in Stratford-upon-Avon exploring iconic Shakespeare productions of past and present.
Stuck for present ideas for the designer in your life? Here are some suggestions.