We’re off to celebrate Christmas and New Year’s – we’ll be back on 3 January 2017.
We asked you to submit photos of your teams getting into the Christmas spirit – here are some of our festive favourites.
The Finnish tech company has accused Apple of copying 32 of its patented technologies, including design features such as user interfaces and displays.
Design Week rounded up the best stories of the year, and the English National Opera rebranded – the important design news from the last seven days.
The Royal Shakespeare Company has combined a traditional set with projection mapping and avatar technology to create a live, virtual reality experience for its latest production. We speak to the theatre company’s design director about treading new territory in stage design.
Last week, we wrote about a website which uses artificial intelligence (AI) to create logos without the need for a human designer. So we’ve asked – if you could automate one part of your job, what would it be?
The visual look of the opera company has been redesigned by Rose, with the hope of boosting revenues after Arts Council funding cuts.
The London Design Biennale, an exploration of Stanley Kubrick’s films and Alan Kitching all make it into our top exhibition picks of the year.
Paula Scher has designed the visual identity for Period Equity, a new organisation hoping to eliminate ‘tampon tax’ in the US.
Think you know what happened in design this year? Test yourself with our quiz then tweet @Design_Week with a screenshot of your score and #dwquiz – we’ll pick one person to send a prize to next year.
The gallery will focus on 20th and 21st century international design, and is being built by Japanese architect Maki and Associates.
The margarine brand has been given a new look by BrandOpus, with the aim of tackling “falling sales” in the butter and spreads category.