We speak to Ian Anderson, founder of The Designers Republic, about his unconventional route into the industry and how he kick-started his consultancy back up again following its closure in 2009.
The V&A Dundee Museum is showcasing the best design in Scotland today through its Design in Motion project, which is looking to engage young people by showing what designers can do with digital technology.
The Design Week Awards are now open for entry – the deadline for submissions is 3 July.
iD is a new mobile phone network launched by retailer Carphone Warehouse.
A former access point to the Thames Tunnel will be transformed into an entertainment space by architect Tate Harmer
Royal College of Policing identity rationalised and cleaned up as organisation changes status from publicly funded organisation to membership funded statutory body.
UK-based Asif Khan is among finalists in the Guggenheim Helsinki design competition, which attracted a record number of entries from around the world.
In this conversation, Michael Wolff, NB Studio creative director Alan Dye and illustrator Nishant Choksi talk about the qualities of brand characters.
Following the results of the Creative Review Annual, we’ve updated the Design Week Creative Survey awards ranking table – see who has risen, who has fallen and who has broken in.
We speak to designers who have struck out on their own and ask: “What one piece of advice would you give to designers setting up their own businesses?”
We speak to designer Fabien Cappello about his concepts for new street furniture, which are being installed on the streets of Kingston upon Thames.
Wonga has said that different branding options are on the table as it looks to roll out “more responsible” lending products.