Radio Telefis Éireann, the Irish public service broadcaster, is undertaking one of the industry’s largest ever design broadcast pitches to select a consultancy to rebrand its young people’s programming output,
Ajaz Ahmed talks about working with Microsoft to develop a gaming console that would set new standards for interaction and intuitive functions
For almost a decade Onedotzero has showcased digital pioneers, but Adrian Shaughnessy thinks it also reveals a dynamic future for graphic design
BAA Retail is unveiling its summer campaign designed by St Lukes/The Nest. It will launch across all airport communications, including sales promotion and point-of-sale.
A former South Wales pit has won the £100 000 Gulbenkian Prize for Museum of the Year. The Big Pit in Blaenafon reopened in February 2004 after a £7m redevelopment
Having just read the news that the total earnings from UK design groups last year was just under 300million, we are crowbarring into the empty office beneath our studio.
Old master of graphic design Alan Fletcher has come up with a compelling take on the humble paper manufacturers’ sample book, says Mike Dempsey
The design world may have chosen to quietly forget about the Millennium Dome, but it has been given another chance to prove its worth. The ill-fated dome is about to
London design group No One has completed the rebranding for luxury Edinburgh Hotel, The Scotsman, which occupies the original Scotsman Newspaper building in Edinburgh on the North Bridge. The hotel
Nintendo is the latest household name to realise that a luxurious, hi-tech store is a foolproof way to lure in new customers, says Adam Woods
The British Interior Design Association and the Royal Institute of British Architects is this week launching a joint initiative to work closer on the provision of interior design services. A
New Look, the UK’s third largest women’s retailer, is boosting design across the business, with plans to develop more sub-brands and roll out its first national brand campaign, created by