Know your audience is a long-held design tenet and four postgraduate designers at Royal College of Art have been truffling around with their latest target market – pigs. According to the press release, pigs are among the most intelligent animals on the planet and keeping them in confined spaces leads to boredom and frustration. Sound familiar to anyone in the artworking studio? The students have created two toys for the pigs and hope to raise ‘squeals of delight down on the farm’. How, we wonder, will an egg-shaped rubber ball full of ‘roughage’ ease porcine frustration? Answers on a postcard.
The tabloid has replaced the Berliner format, a new masthead has rolled out across all platforms and there’s a new pared back design offset with a colourful navigation system.
Originally designed as an affordable means of ensuring that water supplies last longer in refugee camps, Bottleshower has now been adopted by the police in response to the increasing number
As part of our series on the future of design in 2018, Kellenberger-White co-founder Eva Kellenberger looks at what will happen in editorial design over the next 12 months.
Research has found that half of 16-25-year-olds surveyed want to pursue creative careers, but nearly two thirds do not feel they receive adequate guidance to do so by teachers or