Designers and their many neuroses are the subject of a new book by Alan Long, who was inspired to write it after his wife “kept on telling [his] friends how
Allegations around harassment scandals are rife, with Westminster and Hollywood currently under fire. We ask female designers to discuss their experiences of sexism in the workplace.
HP’s SmartStream Designer for Designers software allows designers to create files, see previews of up to 20 variations on any design, and effectively take more creative control of the process.
An app to identify fonts in photos, AIGA’s print magazine and the James Dyson Award winner – the news from the last seven days.
We head to the Tokyo motor show to learn about Mazda’s design philosophy, built around “elegance” and “simplicity” and to find out why Mazda is sticking with the internal combustion
The Worth Partnership Project is calling for applicants to a new fund that will see collaboration between technology and textile, fashion, furniture and jewellery design.
A team of four undergraduates from Canada have been given £30,000 to make their product a reality, while two runners-up have also been awarded £5,000 each.
An RCA graduate has started a social enterprise in Middlesbrough to teach young people, offenders and people recovering from addiction crafts skills that aim to help them get a job.
The Team has created the new branding for the anti-crime charity, which aims to disassociate it with other organisations such as the police in order to avoid confusion among the
WhatTheFont uses image recognition technology that enables people to discover what fonts are being used in real life, simply through snapping a photo of an object or sign.
The studio collaborated with illustrator Paul Davis to design the identity for Pernod Ricard’s specialist gin brand, which includes Beefeater and Seagrams.
To celebrate its 10th issue the creators of the biannual food magazine have launched an online shop featuring prints from its archive, along with illustrated tote bags and t-shirts.