The platform has been developed in partnership with software developers and designers EPAM, and will be targeted at children and their families in Europe and Central Asia.
Coronavirus and design: the latest
The coronavirus pandemic looks set to have a huge impact on designers and the design world in general. Design Week will be tracking its effects on the design community as it faces up to the challenge.
Today’s “mini-budget” saw the debut of the government’s plan for jobs, with Sunak promising no one “will be left without hope”.
Three months on from our last survey, Design Week wants to know how you’ve been affected by the coronavirus pandemic and whether you’ve been able to access the government’s financial
Plastic barriers and caution tape are not permanent solutions for a world post-coronavirus, here’s how designers envisage a future where social distancing is here to stay.
The country might be easing its way out of lockdown, but many of the design events for the month ahead are still taking place in the virtual world, here are
This year’s Pride Month was markedly different to previous celebrations – here’s how design was used to bring together a socially distant international community.
The Sustainable Innovation fund will help keep “cutting-edge projects and ideas alive” as we exit the pandemic, according to the government.
The Class of 2020 has had an unprecedented end to their university careers but the work from this year’s grad shows impresses all the same – here’s our favourites so
The coronavirus crisis-induced lockdown has revealed the distinct lack of public toilet facilities for women. Could urinals be a solution?
As airlines lose millions and the EasyJet generation remains on lockdown, designers reveal why COVID-19 could be a “watershed” moment for aviation.
The week-long celebration will see the museum dive into its official Glastonbury archive to highlight 50 years’ worth of festival fashion, sounds, stages and memories.
The Premier League returns this week after a three-month hiatus, prompted by the coronavirus pandemic – but how will broadcasters create an atmosphere with no fans?