A look at the Government’s 2017 Budget, an argument for public sector design and new branding for V Festival – the important news from the last seven days.
We recently looked at anti-Trump protesters’ hand-made placards – now we ask designers to talk about their own biggest acts of protest.
Other highly rated UK universities include UAL and Goldsmiths, which both appeared in the top 20 of the annual QS World University Rankings.
In the follow-up to International Women’s Day, we ask designers and industry experts about the main challenges they think women working in design face today.
An array of speakers took to the stage at this year’s Wearable Technology Show in London this week to discuss all things virtual, augmented and mixed reality. We round up the most important points to take away from the conference.
The music festival has been given a new visual identity by Form, which incorporates more colours and a series of symbols and icons.
The University of Dundee has found that lower frequency sounds might be more effective in waking children, which could result in a redesign of traditional smoke detectors.
We take a closer look at the budget and what it means for designers – small business owners may benefit from reduced corporation tax but there is a tax hike for freelance designers.
Last week Sony launched its Xperia Touch projector, which turns any flat surface into a touchscreen. We ask designers how screenless technology could be used in the future.
The NHS sparked controversy when it announced that trusts would need to spend resources enforcing a new set of branding guidelines. We look at why design in public services should not be underestimated.
Identity features a cursor to show the “constantly active nature of the brand”, which will focus on the people who feature in BBC news stories.
Rick Haythornthwaite takes over from Sir John Sorrell, who founded the organisation representing the creative sectors in 2014.