We’re off to celebrate Christmas and New Year’s – we’ll be back on 2 January 2019.
We asked designers to tell us what they think is the most momentous thing that happened in the industry this year.
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Graphic illustrations and cartoon characters feature heavily across the new branding which has been used for the company’s first “grab and go” London restaurant.
As Christmas approaches, designers, manufacturers and retailers should stop reinforcing outdated gender stereotypes by giving glittery unicorns to girls and dinosaurs to boys, and opt for gender-neutral products instead.
From Suffragette-inspired stockings to bespoke Christmas cards reminding us of all the “forgotten” things that have happened on 25 December throughout history, here are our picks of this year’s Christmas
Upcycled plywood Christmas trees, a more inclusive Santa character and desks being turned into fireplaces – these are just some of the ways that creatives have made their offices feel
From smart toothbrushes to light-up pedestrian crossings, we look back at our most popular stories across products and digital this year.
Design Week’s most popular pieces on illustration and design exhibitions from the past year, from shows on protest poster graphics to place branding.
People are spending less money on physical items and more on doing things, recent research shows. Here are some non-physical present ideas to surprise the creative person
Mysterious tigers, blue whales and dragons take centre stage at the prolific illustrator’s first solo show in over a decade.