We headed to Milan Design Week for the Lexus Design Awards, an annual initiative that gives young designers a platform to develop their concepts into prototypes.
A report by Dame Margaret Hodge MP has found that “Value for money for the taxpayer has not been secured.”
Last week, we spoke to a host of creative professionals who offered their advice to graduates on interviews and portfolios. Now, we ask designers about their most memorable job interview experiences – whether good or bad.
The important design news from the last seven days, including our report on ageism in the design industry and a tender to redesign the UK passport following Brexit.
Following a rise in the number of accidents caused by silent electric cars, Ustwo is developing sounds which could make the vehicles safer.
Last week, coveted fine art award the Turner Prize lifted its age restriction on applicants, which has previously stopped over-50s entering. We ask designers of all ages if they have experienced ageism in the workplace.
The initiative, backed by leading mine removal charities, was launched at a Kensington Palace event, led by HRH Prince Harry.
In the first of four “How to Guides”, recruitment agency Vitamin T offers a step-by-step guide on how to change career.
The £24 million revamp has been completed by architect BDP and consultancy Event, and hopes to open up “the British Army’s story” to people of all ages by allowing them to ride simulated tanks, load rifles and understand war tactics.
The new Majestic Loves range features a label with no name or typography but instead an illustration summing up “the feeling of the wine”.
METI works in the field of contacting extra-terrestrial life and has been branded by The Partners, which has created a logo featuring binary patterns.
From Ikea’s Let’s Make Room for Life festival, which reimagines modern day, urban living, to Alessi’s window display installation paying tribute to the late Zaha Hadid, we round up the best bits to check out at Salone del Mobile Milano this year.