From a NatWest rebrand to Google’s first smartphone, we round up the important design news from the last seven days.
In his column this month, freelance designer Ben Tallon says that whether you’re an introvert or an extrovert there’s a way to put yourself out there and succeed.
We asked designers: “Which lost high-street retailer would you like to see return as an online store and why?”
An entryway installation and new outdoor gallery space have been designed for this year’s Frieze, which has a “celebratory”.
The Google Noto family of typefaces has been designed to work across all languages and scripts – alive and dead – and different devices.
The Design Business Association’s Annual Survey Report also reveals healthy industry growth, with fee income up 6.9% from last year.
This year’s D&AD annual has been designed by Lucienne Roberts and contains exercises encouraging the reader to think harder about the projects featured.
Pixel, which has been designed in-house, is also the first phone to include the company’s new artificial intelligence system, Google Assistant.
A round-up of moves, changes and appointments in the design world.
The two-day conference will host talks from leading marketing minds and creatives, along with workshops, training, awards and networking opportunities.
The eight consultancies will be working with the BBC for at least two years on a range of digital research and development projects.
The new DIY kits are a collaborative design project between consultancy Map and company Kano, which are currently seeking Kickstarter funding to make them a reality.