The new Design Museum opened this month in London’s Kensington, and with it comes its annual exhibition celebrating the designs of the year.
This week’s Autumn Statement favoured science over culture by billions of pounds – we hear from people within the creative industries about why the Government’s attitude towards both sectors needs to be reassessed.
John Spencer – who recently stepped down as an external examiner at a leading university – on why he thinks universities are failing design students and how industry-backed social enterprises may be a viable alternative.
From Design Week’s 30th birthday to a Design Museum exhibition created by Morag Myerscough – we round up the important design news from the last seven days.
File sending website WeTransfer has been redesigned and rebranded, with a new, shorter “We” logo.
As Design Week marks its 30th birthday we ask designers to imagine what sort of design challenges they could be faced with in 30 years time.
In the second part of this two part film we speak to founding editor Jeremy Myerson and find out about what was on the design news agenda back in 1986.
The announcement by Morrisons signals the supermarket chain’s desire to make its products more “accessible” for customers with new Safeway branded goods destined for wholesale.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced he will invest in digital infrastructure and faster 5G broadband, and introduce more tax breaks for small businesses.
We run an exclusive extract from David Lawrence’s new book, which looks at the design successes and failures of Britain’s rail system over the course of the 20th century.
Design Week is 30 years old and we’re kicking off a year-long celebration by joining founding editor Jeremy Myerson to find out about the beginnings of the magazine and the buoyant design industry of 1986.