For over 15 years, Design Week has been established as the must-have weekly magazine for designers and design-aware clients.

With over 11,000 paying readers, it is the only magazine to bring you news of all that’s significant in the design world as it happens and the largest selection in print of advertised jobs (eight out of every ten) for Graphic, Retail, Web, Interior and Product Designers. Plus all the most significant vacancies for Design Management.

Design Week’s rapid turnaround of news, research, surveys, features and reports means you hear about the latest developments, invitations to pitch, campaigns and product launches, new logos and branding devices, award winning work, and the latest appointments.

Design Week commissions research and independent surveys on the issues that count. From what you’re earning to what today’s students are learning. From the Top 100 Design Company survey, The Creative Survey and supplements which give insights into a variety of design specialisations.

The Top 100 Design Company Survey is an annual league table of design companies. It is published in April and is the only survey of its kind and is respected as a valuable reference document by designers and clients.

Design Week is also organiser of the largest awards scheme of it’s kind in the UK. It is judged by designers and clients and awards excellence in design. Every year thousands of entries are received from designers and clients.

Design Week also publishes a series of annual design books on packaging, corporate and retail design.


Design Week is the market leading title for the UK design community. Every week over 11,000 designers and their clients pay to receive the magazine. This is the highest paid circulation of any design magazine. Currently 70% of our copies are taken on subscription and 30% sold through newsagents. With such a high paid readership there is a guaranteed and dedicated reader base week after week. That’s not all – we have a pass-on readership of 3.5 which means the magazine is seen by over 38,000 design professionals and commissioners every week.

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