A new report from the Creative Industries Federation reveals that the main concerns around Brexit within the sector are around access to talent and skills, funding and trade, and copyright regulation.
The new Design Museum opens this month, and you can get your hands on an original Paul Rand monograph for the first time in 16 years.
The company has also revealed Surface Dial, an accessory which allows the user to adjust different features such as brightness.
The interiors, led by New Territory director Luke Miles, include a white lighting scheme centred around passenger wellbeing.
From new logos for Kodak and Qantas to a refreshed graphic system for Carluccio’s, we round up the important design news from the last seven days.
We speak to Lancashire-born Hemingway, one of the designers spearheading the new festival, which is set to launch in May 2017.
Last week, Royal Mail revealed a set of Mr Men and Little Miss stamps based on the original books by Roger Hargreaves. We ask designers about their most memorable illustrated
Aircraft livery overhauled with new kangaroo tail fin and wordmark introduced as new cabin interiors are unveiled.
Pip Jamieson, founder at creative job site The Dots, tells us at Offset Sheffield how designers and their creative portfolios can make an impact.
Jason Bruges Studio has created a large-scale light installation to show off the gothic architectural qualities of York Minster cathedral at the Illuminating York festival.
Up to 15 UK-based designers will tackle briefs including health, wellbeing, and transport and gain access to specialist expertise and one-to-one mentoring, plus an initial grant of £15,000 for product development.
As Pentagram designer Aron Fay launches a crowdfunding campaign to redesign the black and white marbled composition notebook used by creatives for centuries, we ask him about the inspiration behind