As Sony Ericsson launches a striking new range of mobile handsets, Mike Exon catches up with some members of its design team at the London launch event – and gains
The success of Second Life has created a need for a holistic approach from the design industry to satisfy the peculiar demands of this virtual world. Emma Rubach talks to
If you’re running a consultancy, it’s good to know you can cash in at some point – but it’s only worth what someone else is willing to pay for it,
Skylon, the latest venture from D&D London, formerly Conran Restaurants, is set to open next month on the third floor of London’s newly refurbished Royal Festival Hall.
Book publisher Random House is redesigning its Vintage Class-ics imprint, with the first new-look titles out in August. A team of designers, illustrators and photographers has been commissioned to create
Leicester is to house a new theatre with an ‘inside out’ concept that aims to include the community in the experiences, with naming and branding by design consultancy Nameless Brands.
Manchester City Council is looking to capitalise on its profile as host to a series of world sporting events in 2008, with the help of Mark Studio. The Manchester design
Just how many 1980s revivals can youth culture sustain right now? While the nu-rave movement shows no signs of fading from England’s sticky dancefloors, over in Japan the kids have
RCA graduate Donna Wilson has resisted the lure of the mainstream fashion and textile industries to carve out a career path as a 3D designer working with ‘knit’. Fiona Sibley
On several occasions during the past two years (maybe more), I’ve found myself in the baggage hall in the North Terminal, at London Gatwick Airport, waiting for my luggage. On
Thirty years? Surely not. Who knows where the time goes? Although many of the Royal College of Art’s graphic design Class of ’77 have kept in touch and a handful
In response to the Voxpop last week on The Guardian’s home page redesign, I should first note that Mark Porter deserves credit for being one of the few established British