As school gates remain closed, designers and engineers at Dyson have devised 44 STEM challenges to keep children occupied at home.
The latest design news from across the UK and beyond, including rebrands, product launches, app redesigns, new interior spaces and social projects.
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?
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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”.
As Coronavirus disrupted working patterns so much last week we’re giving you a few more days to get your entries together.
Designers including Camille Walala and Pentagram’s Matt Willey have joined forces to produce pieces that aim to raise money and awareness for the climate crisis.
The group of interior design stores, founded by Sir Terence Conran, has found new buyers in the Marandi family.
The Olympic flame has started its relay, though the future of this year’s Games looks uncertain because of the coronavirus outbreak.
The updated coronavirus business protection plan benefits many UK design businesses but again fails to give self-employed and freelance workers parity with employees.
Three fonts have been created by design studio Smörgåsbord, in collaboration with the Colophon Foundry, which aim to promote the use of the Welsh language.
Oxford’s museum for history and art has been given a visual update, based around a logo that works across digital and printed material.
The Crafts Council Gallery will showcase the UK’s contemporary craft scene – the value of which, the organisation says, has “never been higher”.
Experience design studio Bompas & Parr aims to develop “an aesthetic and functional approach to hand sanitising” by inviting creatives to redesign sanitiser pumps for its competition Fountain of Hygiene.
The conceptual design from Seymourpowell looks to combine automotive trends as well as fix ride-hailing app’s business metrics.
SMEs can expect more help than previously stated under new “unprecedented” business loan plan, as PM Boris Johnson encourages Brits to tap into their inner “Blitz Spirit” to get through