Businesses with innovative solutions to the country’s urgent needs amid the COVID-19 pandemic will be awarded up to £50,000 to further develop their ideas.
The latest design news from across the UK and beyond, including rebrands, product launches, app redesigns, new interior spaces and social projects.
North’s redesigned identity for the UK’s largest civil liberty group is an attempt to undo its association with “Westminster elitism”.
Just months ago, the people now hailed as “Key Workers” were labelled “unskilled” – now, Manchester-based designer Oldham wants us to remember their value long after the pandemic ends.
Design Week wants to know how you’ve been affected by the coronavirus pandemic and whether you’ve been able to interact with the government’s financial support packages.
The tech company is working with its supply chain to provide medical supplies where they are most needed around the world.
The look and feel of the digital bank’s new professional arm was created by Studio Output, and aims to tell “visual stories” that are inspired by aspects of Monzo’s original
As coronavirus continues to affect the world, the United Nations is the latest organisation to recognise the important role creatives can play in relaying critical public health messages.
It is the first time that the sleek typographic logo, designed in the 1970s, has been used in almost thirty years.
Blood Cancer UK has a new name, logo as well as guidelines for tone of voice and photography, designed by Pentagram’s Marina Willer.
After promising earlier this week to “overhaul” the business support plan currently in place, chancellor Rishi Sunak has revealed a key change to the scheme that should help smaller design
The shortlist for this year’s awards – which celebrates the past year in illustration across books and journalism – has just been released.
As school gates remain closed, designers and engineers at Dyson have devised 44 STEM challenges to keep children occupied at home.
Children’s tech education expert Lucy Gill talks us through the best apps taking a user- and learning-centred approach while brightening up home schooling.
The UK’s health service has enlisted the help of some of the world’s tech giants to build a centralised data platform to provide NHS staff and practitioners with vital information
Singapore’s TraceTogether app has been praised for slowing the spread of COVID-19 and the app has been made openly available, but will the UK follow suit?
Find out how to get your entries in and read about our improved winners’ showcase for 2020 across print and digital.
The device was “reverse-engineered” with the help of clinicians at UCLH and aims to reduce the need for ventilators and demand on intesive care units.
The Easy Record Maker comes with blank discs for people to record their own musical creations, and has in-built speakers to play it back.
The Treasury has announced its plan to give the self-employed parity with employees — but you’ll have to wait until June to get it. Full analysis and breakdown here.
The at-home test would provide users with a clear indication about whether they had the disease, thereby hopefully reducing the strain on the NHS.
CoVent is the company’s response to the government’s call for manufacturers to help with the nationwide ventilator shortage.
The brand is dropping its only recently adopted Polaroid Originals moniker, and placing a bigger emphasis on its rainbow spectrum iconography.
Hat-trick design has created a colourful range of stamps for the 250th anniverary of the classical composer’s birth, as well as a record sleeve.
Led by its digital innovation arm, NHSX, the NHS has launched a competition to find and fund technology-led solutions which can “support the elderly, vulnerable and self-isolating during COVID-19”.