Omicron resulted in a streamlined edition of the leading technology conference, though colour-changing cars and virtual technology still caught our attention.
The new Sky Arts series, which has been developed alongside the V&A and Lexus, aims to “introduce and deconstruct” design for a wide TV audience.
Recruitment data shows some signs of recovery as senior salaries increase, though problems remain at a junior level.
As part of our series of design in 2022, Luke Pearson, Pearson Lloyd co-founder, offers his view on what might happen in furniture design over the next year.
The design studio has been working with the East Sussex club over the past year in a bid to covey its equality-first approach through design.
We speak to Studio C about creating in-film graphics for the first Matrix movie in nearly 20 years, working with Lana Wachowski and balancing “analogue romance” with progress.
As part of our series of design in 2022, Weiwei He, China director at Tangerine, offers her take on what might happen in product design over the next year.
Design studio SomeOne has crafted a new identity for the brand, which aims to “embrace a positive view of life over 50”.
As 2022 kicks off, the typically quiet month of January has a host of design events to catch – from online trade shows to documentaries.
The set designer has produced work for the likes of Beyoncé, Kanye West and Adele and more recently has turned her focus to the environment.
As part of our series of design in 2022, Frank William Miller Jr., design director at Matter Unlimited, offers his take on what might happen in graphics over the next