DCG has redesigned the British Tourist Authority’s guide to Britain, which is aimed primarily at overseas visitors. It now features a cleaner template, which is simpler to use and incorporates the BTA branding more prominently, says DCG creative director Andrea Rumsey. The Britain Guide is printed in 17 languages and the redesign had to take this into account. It features UK landmarks and lists forthcoming events including the Commonwealth Games in Manchester.
Designed by London studio The Liminal Space, Life Support aims to help relatives discuss death and dying with their loved ones.
Co&Co and Paraform have collaborated to modernise the scheduling app’s identity, which includes an updated guru logo and mystical illustrations.
Kickstarter product designer Sydney Anh Mai wants subjective critique to be replaced by research, test and iteration principles.
Products and services for older people are designed to be functional and not much else – these designers want to create joyful experiences instead.