The Royal Society of Arts has unveiled the five designers who will be named Royal Designers for Industry, and the three international designers set to be named Honorary Royal Designers for Industry.
Interabang has designed the branding and packaging for a new goat-based food brand called Gourmet Goat, which creates an image of the animal in its logo.
A Department Store for the Mind has been created where shoppers can search for products designed for emotional wellbeing, based on their personal state of mind.
We take a look at flagship stores in London’s West End to see how retailers are designing their shop windows to catch the attention of 40 million shoppers this Christmas.
For cyclists and runners Strava has become more than just a tool for recording times and training routines: it’s a storytelling platform and a means of testing yourself against the best in the business. It even has its own doping ‘scandals’. And now the data it collects could help make our cities’ roads safer.
We pick up some key insights from renowned, controversial illustrator Tomi Ungerer, taken from his talk at this year’s Offset London design conference.
The English National Opera has started a roll-out of its refreshed brand, designed by Rose, which will begin in earnest next year as the ENO is repositioned around its “World-class storytelling”.
The money has been ring-fenced for a framework of suppliers to design ways of helping some of the 10.5 million UK citizens who lack basic digital skills.
We get insights from designers, clients and consultants about how to develop a long and productive working relationship.
Coach and consultancy Adrian Wheeler looks at why design businesses should seek external advice when trying to create their own branding.
Playne Design and Jim Northover have looked to the De La Warr Pavilion’s past to help it compete as an internationally recognised arts centre as it celebrates its 80th year.
Google+ is being relaunched around its Communities and Collections features and says it has a “much simpler” design.