The Design Council has called on Government to embed design at a strategic level, in order to “realise its full potential”.
A bi-weekly round-up of moves and changes in the design world.
StartJG has rebranded the airline, marking the company’s new proposition to deliver change and positive improvement.
The move will see RCA staff and students work on live projects for the Indian consultancy giant.
The Chinese tech company describes its new identity as “digital- first and dynamic”.
We speak to Wayne Hemingway about Hemingway Design’s work on the Dreamland amusement park in Margate, which is set to reopen next month with upcycled attractions and a design scheme that’s “all over the bloody place”.
Design Bridge has redesigned the graphics for Smirnoff’s No. 21 glass bottle, toning down the red elements and adding “contemporary typography”.
Last week, we looked at Mina Lima’s inventive illustrations for a new edition of Peter Pan. We ask a selection of designers how you can keep print design captivating in an increasingly digital world.
The company has introduced new easy-tear “flow-wraps” and an updated tin shape, while Design Bridge has refreshed the visual identity of the chocolate brand.
Silk Pearce has designed a new visual identity and website for the company, which is aimed at encouraging and supporting young people in opera.
Following the results of the Scottish Design Awards, we’ve updated the Design Week Creative Survey awards ranking table – see who has risen and who has fallen.
In his latest Four Corners column, which profiles designers from the African diaspora, Jon Daniel talks to London-based graphic and textile designer Abi Wright.