Microsoft is set to begin sales of its Zune digital media player in the US next month, in a bid to rival Apple Computer’s iPod and iTunes products. The 30GB music and video player will cost $250 (£134), though a date and price for UK distribution have yet to be announced. It is understood to have been designed in-house by Microsoft in Redmond, Washington and comes in brown, black or white, with a three-inch LCD screen that can be swung into landscape or portrait positions.
Design Week caught up with Studio Output creative director Johanna Drewe and Resn creative director Simon Jullien to find out.
Snask studio has provided the UK shoe shop with a new look which puts its customer service ahead of the latest footwear trends.
Zipline has collaborated with a health network in North Carolina to deliver much-needed medical supplies to American health centres affected by the pandemic.
The amount on offer from the government is worth nearly £200 per employee, according to a statement from HM Treasury and may benefit design studios with less than 250 employees.