‘An apple a day keeps the doctor away’ runs the old epithet, but our approach to staying healthy and what that really means becomes ever more complex. A growing awareness
Design groups are missing a trick by not taking advantage of the business opportunities offered by the lifting of ad restrictions on legal firms, says David Carroll
Type designer Luke Prowse took on the daunting task of condensing the Times font when the newspaper turned tabloid, a success that has brought a variety of work to Research
In response to Stephen Willard, all designers can start with a blank canvas – it’s designing within corporate guidelines where the real skill comes in. Many think guidelines are a
Further to Jim Davies’s interesting article on design on radio, readers may be interested to know that a local BBC radio show in north Yorkshire has for many years featured
After reading your article on corporate responsibility, I was duly greeted by headlines announcing the potential introduction of penalties or rewards for the poor or successful management of household waste.
The Design Week Top 100 survey revealed a bullish year for design, with consultancies reporting turnover up 9 per cent. But, why are design groups still failing to manage their
I am writing with regard to Jack Stark’s letter. I could not agree more with his comments on the misunderstanding of designers’ job roles in the BBC2 show The Apprentice.
Where do ideas come from?
Infuriating bureaucracy puts Adrian Shaughnessy off lecturing. Can’t the universities streamline the booking process for the sake of their students?
Kristen Messina, set designer for the Ocean’s 13 film, has selected a range of Swarovski Crystal Palace chandeliers to feature in the film’s sets.
Italian restaurant Vallorini is to make its debut at the Brent Cross shopping centre in north London this week, with interiors, identity and branding by Spence Harris Hogan Associates. The