This coming month you can catch a new installation by Wolfgang Buttress at Wirksworth Festival, or explore this year’s London Design Festival, including talks hosted by the Design Week team.
Jon Daniel looks back on the rich life and career of designer Michael Thompson, who was the subject of his Four Corners column in 2013.
WKD has overhauled its brand to help close the gap between “consumer interests and demands” and introduced a bold new look inspired by oil painting.
The permanent Medicine Galleries will cost £24 million and are being designed by Wilkinson Eyre Architects to host objects from The Welcome Collection at the Science Museum.
From a £350 million Governement re-roster, to an open-source rebranding concept for not-for-profit software company Mozilla, we round up the important design news from the last seven days.
Magnetic North has created an identity system for a BBC neurodiversity campaign using colours and shapes which have been designed with people with neurological conditions in mind.
The continued decline in uptake is expected to continue, as the EBacc qualification becomes compulsory at GCSE-level this year.
A weaker pound may be the driver for “post-Brexit vote” recovery, according to WPP, which still warns against the impact of Brexit causing possible GDP weakness in the short-term or mid-term in the UK and beyond.
The rebrand includes a colourful new logo and website for the student finance lender.
Last week Marie Claire and Ocado launched a bricks and mortar version of Fabled, its online beauty store. In light of this, we ask designers which brands they think could collaborate effectively and why?
A round-up of moves, changes and appointments in the design world.
There is a particular focus on archival graphics in Giles’s We Live in the Office exhibition, which looks to unlock the RIBA’s archive and bring it to new audiences.