Aimed at children, the Kano Screen Kit teaches kids what each component is, what its function is and how it contributes to making the screen work.
Powered by Raspberry Pi, the device has core functions including camera, wifi, music player and recorder, and games console but it also contains other components such as an accelerometer and a barometer which can be hacked.
The design of a new bridge that could be built between Nine Elms and Pimlico in central London has been unveiled.
Check out some new illustration, investigate some art and start preparing for Christmas…
Amazing space has been created by MRM Meteorite, which has designed the service for homeowners to receive a personal video consultation and 3D renderings of their room.
The Raspberry Pi Zero measures just 65mm x 30mm x 5mm and is so cheap that it is being given away on the cover of magazine MagPi.
Workspace furniture design company OpenDesk is set to launch a new digital smart desk in 2016, which will respond to movement and connect to the cloud.
Following the results of the Design Week Awards, we’ve updated the Creative Survey awards ranking table – see who has risen and who has fallen.
This year’s Design Week Awards Best of Show winner is the UI for Internet of Things toolkit SAM Labs, designed by Map Project Office.
Check out all the winners from across the categories at this year’s Design Week Awards.
We are delighted to welcome ten leading UK designers into the new Design Week Hall of Fame.
The Hall of Fame aims to recognise individuals within design who have made a significant contribution to the industry; have provided inspiration and incisive thinking; or who have simply created consistently brilliant work. It aims to acknowledge people who are still making a key contribution to design today.
Through Design Week, we will aim to tell their stories, recognise their achievements and share their inspirational thinking.
This is the first year of the Design Week Hall of Fame, and ten people are joining. Following this, we will admit two people each year.
The inaugural Hall of Fame members were among a shortlist nominated by Design Week readers. The final decision was made by the Design Week editorial team.