Design and architecture collective Assemble talk about how their team is set up, the need to involve the community in their process, and why they don’t see themselves as “artists”.
Following the results of the Creative Review Annual, we’ve updated the Design Week Creative Survey awards ranking table – see who has risen, who has fallen and who has broken in.
“Skill and craftsmanship” is referenced as new look harp hopes to hit the right note with younger drinkers.
The Victoria & Albert Museum has worked with Made by Many to create a new website, which treats individual museum objects as “atomic units of content”.
The new look and feel is rolling out globally and aims to evoke “the true taste of modern Tokyo”.
The V&A has set out how major projects at its main site will develop, as well as revealing how its East London outpost will function.
The redesign of the Tottenham Court Road store has been led by the brand’s creative director Polly Dickens.
The Royal Mail, in collaboration with designers Kate Stephens, Supple Studio and Jessica Hische, has released some photography-based stamps commemorating HM the Queen’s life so far.
The consultancy says it has built the new identity around a reworking of the brand’s spoon icon.
A study conducted by a research team based at Anglia Ruskin university has shown that beer brands should be focusing more on compelling packaging design to attract consumers.
We’ve showcased a selection of inventive designs recently, from JKR’s 2-for-1 Domino’s pizza packaging to the re-release of satirical design book A Smile in the Mind – now, we ask designers
Spencer du Bois has designed the Brewbird brand to challenge stigma and communicate the values of the business.