The competition was launched earlier this year by The Ellen MacArthur Foundation, and will see the winners receive over £700,000 in prize money to develop concepts such as
New art and design studios are set to open in North West London, and aim to be an “affordable” alternative to working in the heart of the capital city.
A book on North Korean design, UKIP’s new logo and an exploration of National Theatre’s print posters – the news from the last seven days.
The Science Museum’s latest exhibition is running as part of a year-long celebration of Indian science and culture, which aims to transcend the “tourist-style view” of the country.
The London theatre is putting on a free exhibition of its most intriguing and influential play posters, cherry-picked from its 54-year history.
The tech company has also revealed a new stylus pen, wireless headphones and hands-free camera device, all of which incorporate its AI system Google Assistant.
The political party unveiled a rebrand at its annual conference last week, after announcing it would “modernise” its visual identity back in March. We ask designers to share their thoughts
The quarterly art and culture magazine has been given a new look by Kellenberger-White, which aims to appeal to more people and feel “raw and spontaneous”.
The content-sharing platform has taken on a colourful, illustrated visual identity, which aims to push the notion of different people collaborating on creative projects.
Following on from looking at assumptions around presentations, selling and pitching, in this final piece in his series, trainer and coach John Scarrott highlights some of the assumptions designers make
Studio Output has worked on the new identity and brand strategy, which aims to combat the common misconception that the retailer is still a print publication.
Waterfall, who has founded a number of digital consultancies including Poke, will also head up the design and innovation studio’s operations team.