Last week, Apple hinted that it might be bringing back the flip-phone in smartphone form. We ask designers what retro designs they’d like to see revived.
Hilton takes on the new role of co-chief creative officer, part of the 135-strong team at design consultancy Native.
We round up our favourite stamp designs from the past five decades, including Quentin Blake’s interpretation of A Christmas Carol and a festive illustrated robin.
Send us photos of your design studios decorated for Christmas and we’ll publish the best ones next week.
The Illuminated River competition saw more than 100 international teams apply to design a permanent light installation on the River Thames.
A rebrand for Rightmove, a new store concept for Amazon and designers’ elation at A-level art history being saved – we round-up the important design news from the last seven days.
The yellow-green shade has been chosen to represent “restoration, renewal and hope” in light of a politically turbulent past year.
The new brand has been designed to symbolise the brand message “find your happy” by giving it a sense of direction and “humanity”.
A first look inside The Winton Gallery, which has been designed to show the field of turbulence formed around an aircraft wing.
The Unified Patent Court Agreement would mean UK designers who hold a patent are still able to protect their work from being illegally copied by companies in other countries.
The two tech giants headed to the Supreme Court in October over how much Samsung should pay Apple in damages for copying its designs.
Northover&Brown has designed a blockbuster exhibition for the British Library, which uses every surface of the space to create a highly immersive and illusory experience.