Hull is set to celebrate its status as UK City of Culture in 2017, and has a new visual identity system to match.
Sorrell, who founded the Creative Industries Federation in 2014, will be giving up his role as chairman by 2017.
John Spencer looks at the rich history of words and design, how they have lost their way and what designers can do to make sure the two are complementary.
Design Junction moves to King’s Cross and overhauls format to build show around more divisible spaces and a new emphasis on interaction.
From a shortlist of logos for the Mozilla rebrand, to the launch of Oculus Rift in the UK, we round up the important design news from the last seven days.
The four winning teams will receive up to £50,000 each to take their product design concepts to market.
The new college’s three-month intensive graphic design course hopes to get students “ready to walk straight into a junior position”.
Y&R Portugal has designed the Euro 2020 identity, which features bridges and is meant to symbolise the coming together of 13 host cities.
Designers can now buy the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset for £549 at stores such as John Lewis, Harrods and Curry’s PC World.
The Culture, Media and Sport Committee has launched an online inquiry where the public can submit their thoughts on how Brexit will affect the creative industries.
PriestmanGoode has created two new train seat concepts which aim to provide more carriage space for passengers.
Software company Mozilla is working with design consultancy Johnson Banks – and gathering opinions from the general public – to create its new brand identity.