Hitachi Rail Europe has a concept for a new high-speed train to run on the UK rail network.
For the past couple of years a group of designers including 1977 Design co-founder Paul Bailey and Underwired creative director Jason Holland have been meeting for early-morning chats about the joys and the challenges of running a design business.
In this piece, members of the “Creative Breakfast” network tell us why the meetings have been so beneficial and offer advice on setting up a breakfast club of your own.
Elmwood’s identity for the household cleaning products brand can contain interchangeable objects such as a plughole, hob ring or a washing machine.
Following the results of the New York Festivals Awards, we’ve updated the Design Week Creative Survey awards ranking table – see who has risen and who has fallen.
In this excerpt from Chip Kidd’s upcoming book Judge This, the US designer looks at how to use clarity and mystery to form impactful first impressions.
This year there were two Black Pencils for UK design studios, but only three Yellows. We look at the award winners and show what the results mean for the Design Week Creative Survey.
Real Studios has designed Cosmonauts: Birth of the Space Age with an interpretive and abstract design that draws on the tropes of the Constructivist and Suprematist movements. It prioritises human stories ahead of scientific ones – marking a new direction for the museum.
FutureBrand has rebranded the Hungarian airline, refreshing its visual identity including its plane livery exteriors.
In a discussion at Clerkenwell Design Week, Renault’s vice-president of exterior design Anthony Lo and concept car director Stephane Janin talked about the way car designers work, how a big brand like Renault uses design and what impact driverless cars could have for designers.
In this piece, we look at some of the highlights of their talk.
The tea brand, which is almost 150 years old, has more simple, “contemporary” branding and packaging, developed by JKR.
We take a look at how the latest wodge of Heritage Lottery Fund money will be spent and the design teams which are creating new spaces and galleries
We speak to Barney Hare-Duke, artistic director and curator of the the British Ceramics Biennial’s fourth edition, about why designing with clay is still relevant in 2015.