In an exclusive interview, V&A Dundee director Phillip Long tells us how he wants to the museum to showcase exemplary Scottish design and start new conversations between design and business.
A fortnightly round-up of moves, changes and appointments in the design world.
Consultancy Dolman Bowles has designed the interiors for Europe’s largest trampoline park Freedog, set to open this month – and it’s for adults, as well as kids.
Light oak is introduced throughout the cabin and seats are redesigned first and business classes as Swiss aims for consistency with its airport lounges.
The Design Council has named eight finalists in its £300k Spark programme, which aims to develop “innovative” new UK products.
The Manchester museum is looking for a design team to create “an exceptional ‘canvas'” for temporary shows.
Microsoft has rebranded its music service Xbox Music to Groove, as it launches its new operating system Windows 10.
Turnbull Grey has created a new identity for the university, which aims to address a “dilution” of the previous branding.
Design Bridge has overhauled Tate & Lyle’s sugar ranges with the aim of making them easier for shoppers to understand and creating a stronger sense of personality.
The flooring company is rolling out a new brand identity and interiors across four stores in Clapham, Reigate, Tunbridge Wells and Thurrock for a trial period.
Startup SAM Labs is working with Map and Pentagram to develop its Internet of Things “building blocks” product.
Last week, Facebook revealed a minimal logo change that saw the kerning slightly altered and a new letter ‘a’. We ask a selection of designers: what’s the point of changing a logo design to such a small extent that people barely notice?