Finding ways of expressing the experience of being out in space is far from easy, but Yolanda Zappaterra is impressed by an exhibition in which astronauts provide words to go
Being a designer isn’t considered a proper job in some parts of the Middle East, where there’s too much money floating around for there to be any real need for
Is print still turning heads the way it used to? Design Week asked a handful of leading designers working with print about its vitality, the digression to on-line and the
Birds Eye is set to relaunch its identity and packaging, with the help of Jones Knowles Ritchie, in a bid to change consumer attitudes towards its health credentials. The cross-category
Celebrating the best in Welsh Design, the 2007 Cardiff Design Festival is approaching its final week of exhibitions, seminars, talks, awards and parties, and is set to close on 30
Penguin has announced the winners of its first annual design awards, launched earlier this year to bridge the gap between British design students and the publishing industry. Korean-born Ara Youn
The Victoria & Albert Museum is to highlight its contribution to the design industry when it celebrates its 150th anniversary later this week.
Two students from Ravensbourne College of Design & Communication are among the three winners of the 2007 Designs of Substance contest
The fruits of German Modernist designer Jan Tschichold’s clean, typographical style are all around us today. The clean, asymmetric sans serifs he evangelised as ‘the new typography’ remain the de
Design is set to follow manufacturing to the Far East. But, asks Jonathan Biddle, do the benefits of doing business there outweigh the risks?
Industrial design professor Tom Barker worked on the London Eye pods, and his side project, the SmartSlab, has made him a millionaire. Scott Billings talks to him about heroes, hard
I took most of my staff (14 of us) to last month’s D&AD President’s Lecture on the culture of Pentagram, and I have to say that I was very disappointed