De Winter design has created a campaign for the National Asbestos Helpline, aiming to raise awareness of the helpline and highlight the importance of recognising asbestos-related symptoms. Hazel Alexander, De Winter studio manager, says, ’It needed to appeal to doctors and nurses, but also to the target audience of men in their sixties, so we used imagery they could relate to and that would get their attention.’
The IKEA-style solution aims to make the fit-out process easier and cheaper, while also getting designers back into unoccupied commercial space.
The winners of the annual Design Museum schools challenge hope the design will help support bee populations with a new pollen source.
The intricacies of creative projects often pose access challenges for those who struggle to read – how can designers reconcile creativity with accessibility?
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