Design Week is retiring for Xmas at the end of the week, but today the last blogs will be posted until Wednesday 5 January. Thanks for all the cards, confectionary,
This year journalism has got faster, with tweeting and live minute-by-minute blogging becoming second nature to most newspapers. But next year a new quarterly title from the Slow Journalism Company,
Following our last blog about some of our favourite Christmas projects last week, more seasonal work came flooding in faster than Santa can down a brandy. So we thought we’d
The Design Council, on behalf of the Home Office, is set to launch an initiative to tackle residential bicycle theft.
Corporation Pop will design the online and offline campaign for festival Creamfields 2011 following its appointment from a three-way pitch.
The Design Business Association has launched a new packaging course, which will begin in February 2011.
This is the final Design Week newsletter for 2010.
As the festive period reaches its apex, we bring you good tidings and news of The Witching Hour, an ‘unsettling’ and ‘intimidating’ exhibition exploring the power of the built environment
For most of us, Pictionary is the height of our attempts to draw from verbal phrases and then translate those images back into words again. But an exhibition at new
Illustrator Gemma Correll has created her largest mural yet, for the Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff, to celebrate the venue’s 40th birthday. Correll was appointed to create a site-specific mural
Echo has been appointed by Molson Coors as strategic brand partner for Carling to drive the lager to a broader audience.
The Government has set out its allocation to higher education and its ring-fenced funding for science and research.