Earnd allows people access to their salary as they earn it, instead of a monthly payment and the new identity puts “control at its heart”.
We take a look at the design concepts that seek to purify our domestic (and office) spaces, with a new urgency post-coronavirus.
Family life in lockdown has been tough for many, but designers and the wider creative community have rallied throughout to develop creativity-led resources, activities and initiatives to ease pressure on
The new CHEMARTS Cookbook from designers and scientists at Aalto University offers readers experiments to create and work with plant-based materials.
Sound of the Earth: Chapter 2 was originally unveiled at the Dallas Museum of Art. Now it’s being moved online, with a new name and interactive outlook.
New “queue management” designs from Philips look to Android technology to implement two-metre social distancing regulations in retail settings.
Bluebell InTouch is an extension of the company’s baby monitoring kit, which hopes to provide a “revolution in social care”.
The social impact organisation, which supports people with learning and thinking differences and disabilities, has been given an “accessible” yet “dynamic” new look.
Harry Pearce has designed a new typographic identity for Camden Art Centre, including a subtle name change and clarification about its location.
The Make a Difference festival will showcase women from across the design industry, with the intention of demystifying what they do, why they do it, and how.
As the UK starts to consider strategies for returning to normal life, one route could be an ‘immunity passport’ that relies on face ID.
With many design disciplines relying on physical pieces and tactile feedback, university course leaders are having to refocus their teaching as lockdown continues.