The Bygglek collection aims to “remove the barriers to plays in daily life” and create a product that people of all ages can enjoy.
The museum is re-examining how it portrays aspects of Scotland’s history which were underpinned by “the exploitation of enslaved and colonised people”.
Branded as a “wearable air purifier”, the soon-to-be launched product aims to make “breathing effortless” with two HEPA filters.
In this new excerpt from his upcoming book, protest and graphic designer Bill Posters traces the anti-capitalist history of subvertising.
Released earlier this week, the logo for the next World Expo event has left some onlookers confused as to how its twelve red circles represent “the brilliance of life”.
We speak to three experts in the field to find out why video games and medicine go hand in hand, and how a COVID game could help our response to
As part of our series exploring countries’ design cultures, we delve into Nigeria’s rich visual landscape and how designers are redefining “bad design”.
The new device features the company’s signature bright colours, and is designed for children to “build and learn as they go”.
Marina Willer has worked with the luxury car company on an identity that targets a younger demographic and supports a wider digital application.
The programme seeks to overcome “barriers to progress” and will feature grant funding opportunities and other initiatives to “fully embed design in innovation”.
The southern American state was the last to feature the controversial Confederate symbol on its flag. How has it tried to pick a new design?