I suspect that, like everyone, I find new inspiration at every turn, usually through people and their response to events around them, but often through something quite small and seemingly
The fate of B&Q’s in-house design staff will be decided tomorrow, following the announcement that the Kingfisher-owned retailer is shedding 220 jobs from its Southampton headquarters.
The Patent Office is calling on designers to assist with the modernisation of the UK design registration process, as part of a consultation exercise taking place before changes are implemented
Transport for London is launching a raft of projects, which will give the transport network its most significant facelift in years, Design Week can exclusively reveal. The organisation is redesigning
Gillian Thomas looks at paper’s myriad possibilities as she leafs through a compendium of novel and dynamic contemporary applications that are pushing the envelope of pulp’s creative potential
Most Brits return from holiday with a sunburn, but Jim Davies was feeling flushed before he left – after a disastrous encounter with technology
FutureBrand has appointed Patrick Larsimont as head of client services to lead a 15-strong team. He was previously managing client director at Enterprise IG.
Samsonite, the luggage and travel products specialist, has drafted in design guru Marc Newson to help relaunch the company as a high-end, luxury travel and accessory business. The 95-year-old American
I really applaud Design Week for raising the incredibly important issue of design becoming commoditised: ‘little better than a supermarket price war’ (Comment, DW 1 September), but I disagree totally
Adidas has opened its Adicentre, a non-retail showroom based near Manchester, designed by London consultancy Project-X. The centre delivers a ‘brand statement environment’ to highlight the company’s philosophy and product
Laurence King Publishing has appointed Pentagram partner Angus Hyland as consultant art director. Hyland will help develop the overall identity of the publisher’s list, advising on concepts and formats for
Typography specialist Alan Kitching and his partner Celia Stothard are launching an ‘old-fashioned’ printing press and design service from Kitching’s Typographic Workshop in London.It is the first time that Kitching