The digital age has influenced how brands communicate. Nick Law and Marc Shillum discover that the rules of engagement have changed
There was a time when retail designers used predictable historic cues to evoke a sense of national identity. Things have moved on from bowler hats and red London buses, says
Schooled in the hothouse world of 1980s pop videos, Michael Carlin has become a respected designer on high-profile, low-budget British feature films. He talks to Nick Smurthwaite about visual story
It was great to see Lego minifigures – a true design classic – get some recognition in your pages (Toys feature, DW 21 August). However, the claim that Harrison Ford
Guy Lane’s article ‘Negotiating the digital maze’ on the digital revolution (Business Insight, DW 14 August) raised some interesting points about how we use digital technologies. While the digital revolution
I completely agree with your piece (Comment, DW 21 August) that UK cities (and towns) need to improve the quality of their pedestrian environments, wayfinding/ signage and public transport systems.
It’s not often I read a piece in Design Week and come away feeling both bewildered and disappointed. Yet with Hugh Pearman’s ‘witty’ piece ‘Genesis of an idea’ (Private View,
Glass specialist Tracy Nicholls has won the British Glass Biennale Award for her triptych Orphica I, II and III.
Hands-free technology and Bluetooth brand Jabra this week launches a new look for its global product packaging, designed by Brandhouse.
Lloyd Northover’s 2006-7 Cancer Research UK annual report has been awarded the Best Charity Annual Report Award by donor advice website Intelligent Giving.
Magpie Design has created an identity for London’s Print Lounge, a print reference library based in Shoreditch, London E1, at printer Gavin Martin Associates.
The creative team of Ed Shore and Tristan Marshall at advertising agency Tequila devised the hand-lettered word marque, type, colours and layout for the My Cup of Tea brand identity