The 3Doodler Pro will enable designers to create 3D models in thin air, and also has temperature and speed control.
Geoff Lentin, business development manager at studio Naked Ideas, talks about the importance of audio logos and why designers should give brands a voice.
Designed by The Chase and illustrated by John Higgins, the set of six stamps depicts the key events surrounding the fire.
The flatpack furniture company has opened a new order and collection store at Westfield shopping centre in Stratford City.
Last week, we reported on recent research showing there has been a 10% drop in school students taking design and technology at GCSE compared to last year. This follows a more long-term trend, with research from Warwick University revealing that between 2003 and 2013, there was a 50% drop in the number of pupils taking the subject.
As the EBacc qualification is also soon to be made compulsory, we ask – how can we encourage students to take on creative subjects?
Design business advisor John Scarrott shares tips on how to win new business by getting to know your clients and building up trust before offering your services.
From a new virtual reality exhibition on musician Björk, to a rebrand for alcopop brand WKD, we round up the important design news from the last seven days.
PWW has created a new research and development space for pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline, which intends to show how technology can be incorporated into a manufacturing environment.
Somerset House’s new exhibition on the work of Icelandic musician Björk explores the combined power of technology and music in creating emotional audience experiences.
Freelance illustrator Ben Tallon says that his career was kickstarted by ploughing his own furrow with his self-initiated work and ignoring trends, even when his day job was “drawing faceless people in suits climbing ladders.”
Jonathan Barnbrook’s graphics for David Bowie’s Blackstar album and the recent Channel 4 rebrand are among this year’s 70 nominees.
As the designer responsible for the likes of bands including Yes and Uriah Heep’s album artworks releases a set of six stamps for the Isle of Man Post Office, we speak to him about how the collection came to fruition.