From a Toxic Masculinity recycling plant, to moody wombs, these are our favourite creative products inspired by International Women’s Day on 8 March.
To mark International Women’s Day we asked women in the industry what their greatest challenges are in the workplace today.
Brand consultancy Saffron has created the identity for high speed transportation system Hyperloop TT, drawing upon its potential “human” impact.
Aiming to “empower conversations”, the Lost Time Project has created a calendar that calls attention to the gender pay gap and the days that women “work for free”.
We speak to Design Council chief design officer Cat Drew about its Transforming Ageing programme which is looking to navigate the social and economic pressures of an ageing population.
Design Bridge director of storytelling Holly Kielty says that women over 50 have become a “forgotten audience” who they can no longer afford to ignore.
The platform, which allows teachers to set maths homework for students to complete outside of the classroom, had recently undergone interface changes and was in need of an identity update.
The Duppy Share Spiced identity is inspired by Caribbean folklore and has subtle details, like UV illustrations which aim to appeal to a younger crowd.
As a new exhibition opens charting the brief career of one of Art Nouveau’s most controversial creatives, Design Week speaks with the show’s curator to find out about the illustrator’s
The logo was unveiled along with news of the BMW Concept i4, and aims to represent an “openness and clarity” for the car manufacturer.
A new exhibition at the Museum of Brands explores when brands have adopted social issues – and opens the ensuing complexity up for debate.
Held in partnership with the Design Council, the Ministry of Building Innovation and Education, RIBA and BRE, the competition aims to find design-led housing solutions to the UK’s ageing population