A fortnightly round-up of moves, changes and appointments in the design world.
How do you make people look at your creative content on social media when the next thing is just a swipe away?
We speak with Jill Gray, head of the UK Creative Shop for Facebook, about how you can captivate people on social media and stop them scrolling down.
Dalziel & Pow’s new store designs feature interactive installations, animations and illustrations.
A consortium including Unilever and Hasbro is investigating ways to bring near field communication in packaging into the mainstream.
As this year’s Milan Furniture Fair approaches, designers tell us what they’ll be looking out for.
UK Trade and Investment is seeking a design team to create a pavilion for the expo, which will have the theme of “Future Energy”.
Make sure you get your entry in by 13 April to be considered for this year’s ranking.
In this video interview, Brands and Values director of innovation Martin Roach tells us about how he made his way in the design world.
The new Dyson Pure Cool Link will report live air quality to the Dyson Link App.
In his latest Four Corners column, Jon Daniel speaks to multidisciplinary designer and former ITV News design director Kojo Boateng.
Seymourpowell’s concept for the future of air travel is based around a series of hotel-type rooms that can sense the needs of flyers…
This month, acclaimed graphic designer Lance Wyman, most famous for his Mexico ’68 Olympic logo, held an exhibition of his work at the Sheffield Institute of Arts Gallery.
We speak to the skilled iconographer about the power of pictures, the importance of sketching, and why designers should work on more public-facing projects.