Design studio UFO has worked on the new branding for the online magazine, which looks to “move away from a Nuts and FHM” mentality and focus on political and social issues such as mental health.
In her first column, Kerning the Gap founder Nat Maher looks at how female designers face career progression challenges and lack of exposure – an inequality that was revealed to her through a simple Google search.
The charity, which funds research into conditions like dementia and motor neurone disease, has been given a new, multicoloured look to counter the “fighting” mentality often used by medical charities.
World Earth Day takes place this weekend, with a view to celebrating and educating people about environmental issues. We ask designers about their favourite examples of designs which have helped the environment.
The consultancy’s Mexico office has worked on a new brand strategy and colourful visual identity which hopes to change negative perceptions about the Central American country and promote its investment, exports and tourism.
From a book exploring the life and work of Paula Scher through to our poll launched in light of the General Election 2017 – the important design from the last seven days.
A snap general election is set to go ahead on 8 June. We want to know which political party you are planning on voting for. Let us know in our anonymous poll below.
The WPP chief executive has emphasised the importance of freedom of movement when it comes to Brexit negotiations.
This month, independent publisher Unit Editions has released Paula Scher: Works – a 522-page book documenting the life and work of the Pentagram partner. We speak to the book’s co-editor Adrian Shaughnessy about what makes Scher “remarkable”, her politically-motivated projects, and her refusal to be typecast as a “female designer”.
The new version of Google’s geographical information program includes additional features such as a series of interactive guided tours from various storytellers, scientists and non-profits.
Three-day design conference Offf took place in Barcelona this month, with the likes of Moving Brands, Lance Wyman and Anthony Burrill imparting their wisdom. We round up our favourite talks and what we learnt.
The tech firm will be trialling its autonomous vehicle technology after being granted a permit to test it on roads across California in the US.