How likely are designers to change jobs? And where should you go if you want to build and develop your career? Find out with the 2015 Design Week Salary Survey.
Are you overpaid, underpaid or right on the money? Find out how much you should be earning with the Design Week Salary Calculator.
Who are the happiest designers in the country? Where do they work and what are their specialisms? Find out with the 2015 Design Week Salary Survey.
The 2015 Design Week Salary Survey has revealed that the majority of businesses fail to understand the full benefits that design can bring to an organisation.
What’s the average salary for a designer? Where in the country would you earn the most and which sectors are the best remunerated? Find out with the results of the 2015 Design Week Salary Survey.
The Royal College of Art’s education and research programme SustainRCA is looking at how design-led problem solving can address systemic problems in agriculture. We caught up with Sustain Talks curator Gina Lovett who has organised upcoming event Designing Regenerative Agriculture. Here she tells us how designers are finding ways to reduce waste, redistribute income, prevent environmental damage and improve animal welfare standards.
Architect Ron Arad has designed a moveable, evolving set for an immersive dance performance, set to take place within caves in Margate.
We present a guide to the biggest names, best shows and most unusual exhibits at this year’s Milan Furniture Fair.
With the Milan Furniture Fair just around the corner we ask experts what we should be looking out for this year.
New T-pylon designs by Danish architect Bystrup are being tested by National Grid. The designs are intended to create “sweeping curves” of electricity lines rather than the sharp turns that characterise current pylon designs.
We speak to designer and artist Sir Peter Blake about his 60-year career, the power of bright colours and why it’s important to trade in Photoshop for a paintbrush every now and again.
David Shillinglaw is exhibiting You Are Here, a retrospective of his work from the past ten years, focusing on both gallery and street work across a range of media.
We talk to Shillinglaw about his love of comic books, how DIY design has become the norm and why he sometimes craves the nine-to-five.