A conference in Dublin, a festival in London and a trade fair in Milan – April is set to be an exciting month for designers.
We look at how new technologies are allowing print designers to do more – while craft skills remain in demand.
Kyle Lockwood’s Silver Fern proposal has been voted down in a public poll, meaning New Zealand’s existing flag will continue to fly.
We catch up with Kickstarter senior director of design and technology communities John Dimatos to find out how designers can ensure that crowdfunding is right for their project and how to capture the imagination of funders.
The A330neo cabin design contains a host of new features and will be adapted to fit the brands of major carriers around the world.
As the social media giant marks its ten year anniversary, we ask designers whether they have found Twitter a productive resource or a destructive influence…
In this film, designer and broadcaster Naomi Cleaver tells us about how she made her way in the design world.
Tesco has created a suite of own-brand, value product ranges, each with their own identities as it bids to take on the likes of Aldi and Lidl.
London Design Festival sister event London Design Biennale is bringing designers from six continents to the capital to take on the world’s biggest problems.
The Japanese clothes store has reopened its global flagship in London after a two-year closure, and has almost doubled its retail space.
The new iPhone SE features a 4-inch display and retails at £359.
Truenorth has named and branded Storyhouse, which will “connect people and communities through storytelling” on the site of a redeveloped 1930s Grade II listed Odeon in the Cheshire city.