Branch has created the identity of Cambridge Elements with a flexible E symbol, which is used across the brand.
We speak to designer David Hillman about how he worked with illustrator David Holmes to create the Royal Mail’s nativity stamps.
NCube, designed by consultancy Map, is a physical cube which acts as a hub controlling other connected home systems such as Nest, Sonos and Philips Hue – and its colour and shape stands out.
BlackBerry is releasing the Priv smartphone with the Android operating system after figures revealed that the BlackBerry OS had just 0.4% of the smartphone market share.
With the Design Museum’s Cycle Revolution exhibition set to open, we look at how designers are changing the way we ride.
Pentagram partners Harry Pearce and Naresh Ramchandani have led the branding of the Handel and Hendrix in London museum, at numbers 23 and 25 Brook Street, Mayfair.
Consultancy Lumsden has designed the interiors for a new Abbey Road Studios shop, featuring merchandise based on The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Amy Winehouse and other artists who have recorded there.
Instruct has created the look of Pitch to Pixel: The World of Football Gaming, paying homage to 40 years of football gaming and designed a fully immersive exhibition where visitors can get their hands on old games.
Purpose has designed the Royal Mail Yearbook while Supple Studio has created the Year Pack. Both feature all of this year’s special stamp issues.
Find out who is being admitted to the inaugural Design Week Hall of Fame.
Could rebranding and restructuring lead to your in-house creative team being taken more seriously?
Consultancy Green Room has designed the interiors for a new flagship North Face store on Regent Street, London, which aims to remind customers of “the great outdoors”.