Baxter and Bailey has designed the visual identity for the non-profit organisation, which matches female speakers with event organisers.
This coming month, you can explore 50 great illustrations from around the world, delve into the history of post delivery and dress up as a comic book character.
A round-up of moves, changes and appointments in the design world.
From an interview with Camille Walala to a new creative fund that could help designers work abroad following Brexit, we round up the news from the last seven days.
Designed by Casson Mann, the exhibition will showcase ship interior designs and related fashion and lifestyle artefacts such as paintings and posters.
DesignStudio has created a new “bold, brash” look for the online buying and selling platform, which looks to represent the “confidence” of the community using it.
A Kickstarter campaign has launched for a new children’s coding kit, which lets children build their own robots then animate them through coding sequences.
Turner, who is deputy director at London Design Festival and director at London Design Biennale, will take up the position of keeper of design, architecture and digital at the museum.
Last week, London Design Festival’s organisers revealed the details of a new exhibition exploring the art of the designer-client relationship. We ask designers about their most difficult experiences with clients,
French graphic artist Camille Walala is known for brightening up public spaces with her patterns. We visit her latest installation at London’s Now Gallery; an interactive, disorientating maze that encourages visitors to
C&G Partners has given the New York-based biomedical research institution a new visual identity that uses “vibrant” watercolour imagery.
As a new crowdfunder launches to reissue the Humanscale manual from the 1970s, we speak to the team behind the campaign about why keeping historic designs such as standards manuals