Jump Studios has referenced the locale of Madrid and looked to appeal to Google workers and incubated start-ups with a design that aims to aid on- and off-line communication.
The Altwork Station is aimed at “high-intensity computer users” – defined as people who spend more than four hours a day in front of a screen.
Leading pharma companies including GlaxoSmithKline and AstraZeneca are researching developments such as printed electronics and wireless applications in packaging.
Losecaat, former head of creative industries at UKTI, is leaving the position where she promoted UK design overseas.
Watch a graphic design film, check out a new typeface and see some award-winning work – top design things to do this month.
Map has worked with a start-up to design a simple navigation device which clips onto a bicycle’s handlebars and shows cyclists the direction to their destination.
Dalziel & Pow’s design for the Swedish brand features a number of interactive and studio-like elements.
Studio MB has designed an exhibition full of interactive elements so visitors can trace the route of the battle, find out who was there and experience what it was like to be in the heat of the fight.
Jon Daniel goes to HMP Coldingley – site of the innovative Barbed project to teach prisoners about design – and conducts one of most unusual design presentations of his career.
Multiadaptor has developed a connected notebook as part of a campaign to promote the Think with Google website.
If you had to choose one favourite font, what would it be? We ask a series of designers and typographers to tell us about their top typefaces.
Car manufacturers are unveiling their concepts for the future at this year’s Tokyo Motor show. We look at five designs that could be taking to the roads soon.