Despite another “record year”, the WPP boss has warned of macro-economic factors affecting the marketing industry.
SomeOne says it has tried to “veer away from brash colours and geometric ‘hip’ branding.”
From books on The Barbican to discounted designer furniture and an Icelandic festival, we sum up what’s going on in the design world in March.
Smartly-named Undamentals is a new subscription service underwear brand for men, which hopes to show how essential the humble brief is to every day life.
Brand in Process founder Paul Bailey looks at the definition of branding and explores how and why designers can become branding experts.
Sarah Mann is joining from the National Trust and replaces Vicky Richardson, who has headed up design at the British Council for six years.
Freelance illustrator and designer takes the government to task for what he sees as its neglect of creative subjects.
The architect and the automotive company have launched a proposal which could see cars store and distribute power around the city.
Invention thrived on stage at Cape Town’s Design Indaba 2016 conference, as we saw standing ovations, musical performances and products rain from the ceiling – we summarise some of our highlights.
We speak to art director Mark Neil about how London’s free lifestyle magazine Time Out was redesigned with a “visual personality” to match its new editorial strategy.
Hear from leading designers and get advice on your Design Week Awards Rising Star entry.
Smith & Milton has closed its London office to focus on its Bristol business following a disagreement about the future direction of the consultancy between the management and the owners.