From recharge days to Fridays off and flexible hours, we speak to studios about how they are rethinking the working week.
Design Week’s best business advice of 2021
Our best business advice from the past year includes insight from in-house teams, tips for the new world of flexible work and how graduates can break into the industry.
Several factors might deter would be design students from university so we spoke to experts about how else they can break into the industry.
We speak with Transport for London designers about how they are using the organisation’s rich design history to help people navigate the city in new ways.
As part of our series looking at in-house design teams, we talk to Facebook director of product design Austin Chang about cross-family design, moving beyond apps and taking on 1,000
Among other findings, results from the What Clients Think 2021 survey gives evidence to the idea “clients don’t always know what they want until they see it”.
Now that an exit deal has been agreed by both sides, we take a look at its impact for the design industry, from copyright to movement of workers.
In-house and studio-based designers share their tips for working together to ensure that “no one feels imposed upon” and “valuable experience is shared”.
Following an article earlier this month that saw design leaders from Deliveroo and Ikea call out “old-fashioned” portfolios, we asked designers what they think is the best way to showcase
Changes to the tax legislation for freelancers and employers will come into effect from 6 April 2021 so designers and design businesses will need to be ready.
As part of our series looking at in-house design teams, we talk to Wikipedia’s Khanyi Mpumlwana and Zack McCune about “breaking” the online encyclopedia.
As part of our series looking at in-house design teams, we talk to the Barbican’s William Allen and Claudia Toia about their “hectic” schedule and communicating more experimental campaigns.
LA-based designer Paul Woods has mined his professional and personal experience to create a “straight-talking” handbook for design grads.
As designers and interns reveal what they’ve learnt from a year of virtual work placements, we look at why they may be here to stay.
Designers who have made a name for themselves as part of a duo give their advice for ensuring a smooth, creative and business-oriented relationship.
With traditional creative opportunities uprooted because of the pandemic, Design Week explores how residency programmes can help fill the gap.