Service Design Fringe Festival 2016, which is in its third year and runs concurrently with London Design Festival, will hold a series of hacks, workshops and talks by service design experts such as Futuregov.
This year, cult Japanese Nintendo game Dragon Quest celebrates its 30th anniversary, and British studio Stufish was tasked with designing the set for a live stage show based on the game. We speak to lead designer Ray Winkler about how to create a fantasy world within a real life environment.
Product designer Lindsey Lang and illustrator Kate Farley are among those who will showcase their work in the Barbican’s new retail space.
From a new logo for Subway to updated copyright laws for designers, we look at the design news from the last seven days.
Amaze has designed the new site, which contains chat features, therapeutic tools and new ways of communicating with counsellors.
Crests created to reinforce a sense of local pride and community while branding developed to help Powerleague increase its reach and improve digital engagement.
A round-up of moves, changes and appointments in the design world.
There are so many classics – like the Otl Aicher posters and Lance Wyman’s stunning Mexico graphics – that you’re spoilt for choice really. But perhaps my all-time favourite has to be the original Olympic rings mark created in 1912. The fact that it symbolises the five continents coming together is clever but it’s uber […]
The new campus will help the university contribute to fields of research such as connected cities, robotics, the internet of things and intelligent mobility.
The London museum and archive will be opening a Harry Potter exhibition in October 2017, but is yet to put out a call for entries for designers.
Co-curator Malcolm Garrett announces city theme and key names including Sir Christopher Frayling, Jason Bruges and Alan Kitching.