In light of the election set to take place next month, we look at how the main political parties are attempting to win over voters through their branding and campaigns.
A round-up of moves, changes and appointments in the design world.
As Transport for London announces a new licensing deal which will see many of its most enduring collaborations – such as the recent Nike x Roundel trainers – made available globally, we ask designers which two brands they would like to see team up on a new product or design.
The space will be housed in the retailer’s new headquarters, and will provide shelter for more than 200 women, children and families each night.
The new look aims to show the “brightness and positivity” of the charity, by highlighting the holistic care it offers for those with long-term, terminal conditions.
From a new project by Bath University looking at how best to design refugee shelters to the V&A’s new art and design quarter, we round up the important news from the last seven days.
The bus has been designed by the transport app company to make the most of cities’ existing infrastructures, and incorporates technologies such as USB charging for mobiles and tracking software.
Advertising agency Saatchi & Saatchi Pro has created the new design, which is based on the theme of putting the “spotlight on conduct”.
In the second of four “How to” guides, recruitment agency Vitamin T explains how you can effectively sell yourself and win clients.
The new manufacturer has just released its first motorbike for use in Kenya, and looks to reduce the number of fatalities seen on African roads.
Design studio ArthurSteenHorneAdamson (ASHA) has created the brand identity for the new non-alcoholic bar, which aims to support those recovering from addiction.
London-based studio Ard has worked on the redesign, which looks to differentiate the publication from the overall Tate brand and compete with other independent and mainstream art magazines.