Although it’s tempting to burn your course work upon graduation, the case of Oonagh Byrne (23) highlights the folly of such an action. Byrne designed a logo for the British Lace Federation as part of her final-year project at Nottingham Trent University. And the federation liked it so much, it’s encouraging retailers to use it as a hallmark device denoting products made using Nottingham lace-industry techniques. Unfortunately, the federation is not paying for the logo, but it’s still good to see it championing students’ work.
Design studio Start has created Folio, an online platform where the university’s 20,000 art and design students can upload their own work, and like and share other people’s.
Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv has redesigned the tennis tournament’s logo, drawing inspiration from its existing flaming ball symbol.
Else creative director and partner Dave Dunlop traveled to Austin Texas to find out how designers are increasingly embracing socially responsible tech solutions, which have “inclusion and empowerment” at their
A new exhibition at the Lettering Arts Centre in Suffolk explores the design processes, personal collections and work of typography and graphics legend Wolpe, who designed the Albertus typeface and