Shout Design has completed the annual review for the Creative Learning Agency, which is being released this week.
Given a CV that includes heroin dealing, homicide and frequent criminal proceedings, not to mention stints in 1950s Mexico and Tangier when they were even more wild and windy than
I think NS Design’s proposed free design day is a great idea (www.designweek.co.uk, 27 November). For the consultancy, it will perhaps draw more clients in, and for those that haven’t
Regarding Emily Pacey’s online story ‘DBA slams consultancy’s free design day’ (www.designweek.co.uk, 27 November) – come on. What are we all so scared of here? Giving advice for free? NS
On a recent shopping trip to the Conran Shop (pictured) in Fulham Road, London SW3, with a friend who is a wheelchair user, we only got as far as the
NS Design will ‘play Santa’ by offering its services for free on19 December, in the hope of meeting potential clients. What is the most successful strategy for attracting new business
It’s good to see London Mayor Boris Johnson taking the lead to support the creative sector, although it’s a pity that his remit stops in London (www.designweek.co.uk, 24 November). My
Michelangelo believed David was in the piece of stone that stood before him – all he had to do was get it out. Three years of his life were devoted
Was the Cold War all about kitchens? And do we need the threat of disaster to produce daring work? A visit to the V&A gets Adrian Shaughnessy thinking
Whoever said ‘It’s not about the winning but about the taking part’ wasn’t thinking about design. Winning is a key motivator in the industry, be it a pitch or an
Imperial War Museum North has appointed Hemisphere to create its major 2009 exhibition, Prisoners of War. The Manchester-based consultancy won an unpaid creative pitch against three other groups in October.
Consultancies are currently being brought on to two shortlists, for projects worth a total of £1.5m, to create a wayfinding system and street furniture in Bath. One of the tenders,