We look back at our most popular stories across branding and logos from the last year, from a sustainable (and undeniably French) identity for the Paris Olympics to BT’s 50th
A snap Design Week survey of 335 respondents suggests designers will mainly be voting for Labour when the UK takes to the polls next Thursday.
We’ve looked at the election manifestos of each party and spoken to industry experts to help you navigate the upcoming election.
Winners of the Design Week Social Design Award 2019, Ikea’s research and design lab Space10 has had a busy year – here they speak to us about crowdsourcing, why you
The “timeless and enduring hue” is a reaction to the fast-moving society and also the company’s first “multi-sensory colour of the year”.
Designed and developed in partnership with UK-based studio Sugar Creative, the first app of the series will be based on Dr. Seuss’s ABC: An Amazing Alphabet Book and is set
Right Runner, an endless runner style game, aims to educate children in Latin America and the Caribbean in a “fun and interactive” way.
Johnson Banks has designed the front and back cover for the band’s latest box set, The Later Years, in collaboration with Hipgnosis co-founder Aubrey Powell.
The UK government body responsible for immigration, security and policing has published a tender document looking for those that might be able “design and deliver technology which supports the transformation
According to accountancy firm Moore Kingston Smith, 2019 was a “tough” year for the sector, with an overall decrease of 31.2% in operating profits.
With the general election scheduled for 12 December, Design Week wants to know which political party designers are going to vote for – let us know in the anonymous poll
From an immersive rendering of King Kong to a map that breaks down the UK into 1400 songs, these are some of our favourite studio projects from November.