As the Museum of London shortlists design concepts for its new site in West Smithfield, we catch up with the museum’s director Sharon Ament about how the new space might behave and how exhibitions will change.
Thinking of visiting your local graduate design shows this summer? Check out our comprehensive guide to this year’s exhibitions.
We’ve rounded up art and design colleges and universities from all over the UK, which will showcase graduate work spanning disciplines from product and textile to graphic and furniture design.
Prince Philip has handed designer maker Makepeace the prize in recognition of his work as a designer and contribution to the industry.
From a Snapchat app redesign to innovation at the RSA Student Design Awards 2016, we round up some of the key design events from the last seven days.
IBM’s supercomputer Watson uses cognitive technology to link up graduates and fashion brands with similar “emotional traits”.
WPP’s branding and identity consultancies, which include the likes of Lambie Nairn, Landor and Brand Union, have performed well against other sectors in the first part of 2016.
The redesign of the app’s interface has given more prominence to media brands, news and entertainment, with larger logos, images and headlines.
Greenspace has created the branding for the new property development, which aims to reflect the history of the Deptford area.
According to the BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands 2016 report, Google is now the world’s most valuable brand, worth $229bn (£157bn).
Last week The Illuminated River Foundation launched a competition looking for designers to create permanent light installations on London’s bridges. We ask designers what other landmarks they would turn their hands to.
Digital teaching and eduction platform Generation Global has been rebuilt and redesigned with new learning and teaching tools.