Jason Bruges Studio has designed an installation at the top of London’s Shard building, which will project a light display every evening from today until New Year’s Eve.
A lighthearted look back on the biggest stories, best images and most enlightening quotes from the past year.
Consultancy Jack Morton Worldwide has designed London’s New Year’s Eve fireworks display for more than a decade. We talk to project director Jim Donald about plans for this year.
This year saw a real step forward in digital-first newspaper design and there were some great examples of online redesigns by broad-sheets.
Dublin design conference Offset has announced its 2015 speaker list, with Matt Willey, Angus Hyland and The Designers Republic’s Ian Anderson among those on the bill.
The year started on rather a positive note, with new Government figures released in January showing that the creative industries are worth £71 billion a year and are the UK’s fastest-growing sector.
In one of this year’s most intriguing stories, electronic music pioneer Aphex Twin made a surreptitious return by creeping into the public’s consciousness with a series of stunts involving deliberate misinformation and decoys.
Wonder Stuff Studio has designed the identity for a new distillery based in Durham – and its inspiration was a stained-glass window in the city’s cathedral.
Sedley Place’s Jeremy Roots picks his five essential Desert Island Designs.
Designer Sarah Hyndman has an obsession with all things typographic and is particularly interested in the emotional effects of type – how it makes us feel and how it can affect the way we read and consume.
The most memorable moment of the 2014 Brazil World Cup was undoubtedly Uruguayan striker Luis Suárez sinking his teeth into the shoulder of Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini.
Train operating company Govia Thameslink Railway, which runs the Thameslink and Great Northern Services, as well as the Southern and Gatwick Express lines, is rolling out a new identity.