A four-day week can lead to afternoon epiphanies and an improved life-work balance, though there are complexities for designers considering the transition.
Design Week’s best business advice of 2022
Our best business advice from the past year includes insight from in-house teams, tips for making your business more sustainable and the possibility of a four-day week for the design industry.
We consult designers working to produce digital furniture, lighting and spaces to find out where the opportunities are.
For many clients, working sustainably can be a red flag signalling an outlay of time and money – here is how designers can challenge these beliefs.
For International Women’s Day 2022, we spoke to women in the design industry about their main challenges and opportunities in the workplace today.
Though design studios are trusted to tackle topical challenges, very few can penetrate the top levels at a client’s company, according to a new report.
Nothing’s design director Adam Bates discusses the company’s ambitions and how global design teams delivered its latest Phone (1) product.
Industry leaders and financial experts weigh in on an Autumn Statement which offers some stability amid an economic forecast that makes “grim reading” for designers and design businesses.
We talk to graphic, product and industrial experts about the responsibilities the industry has in helping to save the planet, from designing persuasive visual campaigns through to better public transport
Brompton chief design and engineering officer Will Carleysmith reveals the changes taking place at the British bike brand as it looks to an international future.
Big Fish founder Perry Haydn-Taylor on how a formative pitch experience led him to always seek accreditation for any design work.
International supply chains have been disrupted by global and domestic factors in the last few years, but how has this affected designers and where do they source materials from now?
As inflation soars, we speak to designers about how current living conditions are affecting their work and practice.
We speak to designers about all things B Corp – from the challenging application process to how the certification has changed studio work.
As part of his new series reflecting on the nature of creativity, illustrator and author Ben Tallon considers the creative’s psyche and what personal acceptance looks like, even if it
Last week the Communications and Digital Committee met to discuss the future of AI in the creative industries so we have asked designers if they think AI is a friend or