Porsche says it wants to expand into “the third dimension of travel”.
The latest design news from across the UK, including rebrands, product launches, app redesigns, new interior spaces and social projects.
The three-day festival will explore the “positive impact” design can have in society.
David Coombs, head of strategic services at Cheil UK, says if we want people to embrace smart tech, we need to stop aiming for the future.
The engineering company has announced that the vehicle, previously expected to be on roads by 2020, is not “commercially viable”.
Owain Davies, lead product owner at NHS, attributes growth to accessibility, cohesion — and users not spending as long on the website.
The banknote will feature artist JMW Turner and is thought to be the “most secure” ever produced.
The Ikea Safer Homes app gives users safety tips and to-do lists to better prepare their homes for children.
The UK’s largest animation festival returns for a fifth year with Shaun the Sheep screenings, workshops from Oscar-winning directors and family activities.
The new look, developed by Cornwall-based designers Kingdom & Sparrow, aims to get the “newer generation of beer drinkers” engaged with the heritage beer brand.
Marlow replaces Deyan Sudjic and Alice Black, the museum’s co-directors for 12 years.
The identity of the first ever international edition of the show draws heavily on its UK setting, says the team at BBC Creative.
Headed by brand consultancy Wolff Olins, the updated visual identity features a new bespoke handwritten typeface, a colour palette and graphics.
The former director of design at the Royal Society of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce will take over the role of director of architecture, design and fashion at the end of
After years of planning, the world’s first museum dedicated to gynaecological anatomy will officially open for business this week – but arriving on a visual identity for the project hasn’t
PackScore, developed by the British Plastics Federation, aims to help product designers create easily recyclable packaging.
The former editor of Creative Review will replace current CEO Tim Lindsay in December, and has plans to continue the organisation’s mission in diversity.
The new look features a dynamic custom typeface, CSM Shifts, which has been designed to reflect the past, present and future of the institution.
The online flight comparison site has redesigned its app and unveiled a new visual identity in a bid to “simplify travel as much as possible”.
Digital consultancy Red Badger developed ShareThyme to promote intergenerational friendships, and it seems to be catching on.
After a 28-year hiatus from consumer audio, Dieter Rams’ iconic LE Braun speaker has been given a refresh that stays sympathetic to the brand’s “glory years”.
“Project Purple”, as it was initially named, takes inspiration from the search engine and email provider’s 1996 logo.
The database aims to be the world’s biggest resource of climate crisis posters.
MarinaTex, an organic and biodegradable alternative to traditional plastic, was developed by University of Sussex student Lucy Hughes.
The visual identity combines the club’s “illustrious heritage” and “future glory” with an eye to digital platforms and more casual fans.