Accountant Kingston Smith’s Marketing Monitor report has examined the financial performance of branding and design consultancies alongside, digital, advertising, marketing and other sectors.
Design business owners can get bogged down in running their studio, without thinking about the future, says Adam Fennelow, services director at the Design Business Association (DBA). He offers advice on how designers can figure out what they want to achieve.
The non-partisan U.S. presidential election poster campaign from the Professional Association for Design (AIGA) looks to use “beautiful imagery” to encourage people to take an interest in politics.
The social media company plans to make the system freely available so that it is more cost-effective for operators in places where coverage is scarce.
The winners were announced at an awards ceremony at Village Underground, London last night, to coincide with the final day of the D&AD New Blood Festival.
Last week it was announced that an original version of the Keep Calm and Carry on poster is expected to sell for more than £20,000 at auction. We asked designers about the political posters they find most captivating.
From a debate over the EBacc curriculum excluding art and design subjects, to earphones which let users alter background noise, we round up some of the key design events from the last seven days.
The museum has pledged to support smaller museums and galleries across the country with the £100,000 prize money.
MPs took to Westminster this week to debate the soon-to-be compulsory English Baccalaureate qualification, saying that the move would devalue creative subjects.
Lorna Allan, an MA graphic design graduate from the London College of Communication (LCC), has started a talks programme called Hidden Women of Design in order to raise the profile of female designers.
We speak to her about her inspiration and aims for the project, and how hearing these “hidden” voices will help to increase the representation of women in the industry.
It comes as the company recently announced quarterly losses of £520m.
Some of the best creative work by students at design colleges and universities from all over the country is on display at Truman Brewery in London until tomorrow. We’ve rounded up our top five students to watch from the D&AD New Blood Festival.