As the political party conference season comes to a close, we look at what the Conservatives, Labour and Liberal Democrats had to say, and get insight from the Creative Industries Federation.
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As Daljit Singh joins Fjord as regional design strategy lead, we talk to him about his favourite projects, biggest mistakes and how he aims to help companies transform using the power of design.
A report from consultancy Siegel + Gale has surveyed 3,000 people about the the logos they find most memorable and aims to find out what makes for a memorable identity.
A new concept by The One Off brings interactives and “storytelling” exhibitions to the Army’s high street recruitment offices.
The sportswear brand says the move is a precursor to a six-month investment in “groundbreaking design innovations”.
Artists and designers including Morag Myerscough, Stefanie Posavec and Thomson & Craighead visualise big data for an upcoming Somerset House exhibition.
According to a report from Interbrand released last week, Apple, Google and Coca-Cola are the “best global brands” of 2015 – but what really makes a brand successful? We ask designers what brands they think are doing things right.
The long-form publishing platform’s new identity – created in-house with type designer Rod Cavazos – aims to be a logo that “unfurls and builds like a great and memorable conversation”.
Reading Room’s UK operations have been acquired by software provider Idox.
The Design & Technology Association is launching a campaign to head off what it calls a “catastrophic” decline in D&T education in the UK.
The soft drinks brand Bottlegreen Drinks has refreshed its packaging to give it more of a “hand-drawn” feel, and to allude to champagne with its sparkling range.