We asked you to submit photos of your teams getting into the Christmas spirit – here are some of our festive favourites.
Christmas round-up 2016
A round-up of our stories celebrating the festive season.
A definitive – sort of – guide, to what you should buy the designer in your life this Christmas.
We round up our favourite stamp designs from the past five decades, including Quentin Blake’s interpretation of A Christmas Carol and a festive illustrated robin.
We take a look at retailers’ flagship stores in London, to see how festive-themed shop windows are being used to entice millions of seasonal shoppers in the capital.
From immersive Christmas tree installations to Brexit-themed crackers complete with bad taste jokes, here’s a selection of festive design projects that caught our eye.
Animation studio Trunk has created a Christmas card in the form of a fun, moving gif to celebrate the festive season. The gif sees an image transform from a Christmas
Consultancy Your Studio has designed a Christmas installation for Eastland shopping centre in Melbourne, Australia. The installation includes an outdoor 9m-tall tree made of crystal glass, with a real Christmas
Consultancy Design Bridge has designed a Christmas card featuring its 30th anniversary identity. The identity, which is embossed onto the front of the card, sees the number 30 and four leaves
Jelly London has produced an animated short film to promote the work that Crisis does during the festive period, while one in four homeless people spend Christmas alone. The film
Antwerp and Amsterdam-based Studio Job, has partnered with US retailer Barneys for the holiday season. The collaboration includes an installation for the department store’s Christmas window displays, a new product