With an end to lockdown in sight, the online-only events in our March round-up could be some of the last. Here’s what’s going on.
Insight into design education from school to university level, including debates around foundation courses, STEM subjects, and Government policy.
Shift Agency will allow past and present students of the Shift education programme to work on client briefs and add to their portfolio.
After mentoring a group of designers from around the world in 2020, the founder and creative director of Studio Moross talks about supporting young talent.
It will be another month spent at home but you can still take in everything from utopian community building to overcoming creative barriers and more.
We speak to the incoming CEO about why design needs to be at the forefront of “build back better” operations, and how her previous business background will help in her
We speak to designer Christine Ayre, who was recently made a Fellow of King’s College London, about how design can give a sense of coherency to institutions’ output.
The projects were part of a worldwide open call by London Design Biennale organisers, and cover everything from music, to sex education and disaster relief.
With traditional creative opportunities uprooted because of the pandemic, Design Week explores how residency programmes can help fill the gap.
Another lockdown poses both old and new challenges to family life, but designers have rallied to develop creativity-led resources to ease pressure on parents and carers – here are our
The creative education platform uses bright illustrations and pop culture references to teach kids digital literacy.
History Bites seeks to address the gaps in a “Eurocentric” curriculum by creating AR statues of famous black figures throughout history.
Having recently opened the doors of his new Plus X innovation space, the former Design Council chief design officer talks to Design Week about confidence, regional development and why he
The V&A Innovate programme focuses on “designerly learning” and has been adapted to meet the needs of teachers in the era of COVID-19.
The apprenticeship-style programme, which sees students pay no tuition fees and earn a full salary while studying, will now culminate in a Dyson degree.
Host Emily Calandrelli talks diversity in science TV, experiments and why arts and science are inextricably linked.
This year’s event will be going ahead with some significant changes in the face of the pandemic — here’s all the information you’ll need.
Es Devlin, Paula Scher and Neri Oxman are among the line up for this year’s Global Design Forum, with panels, discussions and workshops taking place online.
From exhibitions to books, there’s plenty going on this month for designers, their kids (and even their dogs) to catch.
We speak to three experts in the field to find out why video games and medicine go hand in hand, and how a COVID game could help our response to
The new device features the company’s signature bright colours, and is designed for children to “build and learn as they go”.
The programme seeks to overcome “barriers to progress” and will feature grant funding opportunities and other initiatives to “fully embed design in innovation”.
This year marks the 13th edition of the museum’s flagship support programme for emerging talent, with designers this year responding to the theme of “care”.
Grade data released today shows 300 fewer students on art and design-related courses this year, with girls nearly three times as likely to study the subjects as boys.
Graduate season is in full swing now, so we’ve rounded up our favourite projects from the most recently opened online showcases.