Spanish company Laser Food has developed a new technology which marks the skin of fruits and vegetables using a laser, and is being used by supermarkets such as Marks & Spencer.
Last week, Tristram Hunt resigned from his role as a Labour Party MP to become the London V&A’s new director. We ask current designers why they decided to switch to design.
The identity for the Orchestra’s 2017/18 season is based on its original conductor logo, also designed by the consultancy, and features a series of animated films by Tobias Gremmler.
The retailer has filed a patent for a “roadway management system” which would help autonomous vehicles identify the best routes and lanes to use at different times.
A new crest for Juventus FC, a new logo for Mozilla and the effect of Theresa May’s Brexit plans on creatives – the important design news from the last seven days.
The time spent meeting and presenting to clients or clients-to-be is more valuable to consultancies than ever before. But are you making the most of yours? Following on from the first article on Preparation, John Scarrott, trainer and coach to design businesses, looks at the second ‘P’ of successful meetings and presentations: Practise.
Weir, who replaces John Mathers, has been chosen for her experience in leading public, private and third sector institutions.
As part of our series on the future of design in 2017, Made.com head of design Ruth Wassermann looks at what will happen in furniture design over the next 12 months.
A round-up of moves, changes and appointments in the design world.
The programme will see four “new and emerging” designers take up a spot within the Design Museum’s new studio.
The logo was designed by Johnson Banks and chosen based on public feedback, a project which aimed to demonstrate Mozilla’s advocacy for an “open and accessible” internet.
On 13 March, Parliament passed the EU Withdrawal Bill, meaning the Brexit process will definitely begin at the end of this month. While Theresa May’s Brexit plan aims to be empowering, outcomes for designers look bleak. We look at what the prime minister’s plan means for creative businesses.