Online art shop RoomFifty has worked with studio Intoart, commissioning four disabled creatives to design prints that are being sold for £20 each.
Insight into design education from school to university level, including debates around foundation courses, STEM subjects, and Government policy.
Political illustrator Edel Rodriguez, street artist Joe Caslin and House of Illustration curator Olivia Ahmad spoke at Offset Dublin 2019 about why imagery can be more arresting than words, how
The National Army Museum’s new exhibition explores the work of the Second World War graphic designer and master of visual seduction, who created propaganda posters to boost recruitment, educate soldiers,
A new organisation tool for creative freelancers has launched, which looks to bring all aspects of workflow under one roof to help them concentrate on “progressing their career”.
Can designers reconcile the advancement of technology with the impact it is having on our humanity and ability to feel empathy? Sarah Johnson, co-founder at The Akin, went to tech
The company’s new collation of research puts forward the case on how technology, such as wearable devices and touchscreens, can be used to ease loneliness and depression in over 50s.
Pentagram partner Marina Willer’s team has created an overarching visual system for literary event, Hay Festival, and its many global offshoots and projects, in a bid to bring clarity to
The National Citizen Service (NCS) offers four-week programmes for teenagers across the UK, and is set to be rebranded and given new marketing campaigns for a maximum spend of £10
Experts on branding (Jack Renwick), social design (Sophie Thomas), exhibition design (Lucienne Roberts) are joined by Ustwo design director Helen Fuchs, The Guardian’s digital director Ben Longden and many more.
The founder of an agency representing self-employed creatives is pushing for better recognition of illustration as a “long-term career”, and protection over issues such as late payments and plagiarism.
The Government has invested £100,000 into the scheme, which is being run by not-for-profit group Code4000 and aims to expand to prisons across the UK.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced help for small businesses, more technical courses and a funding boost for digital, tech and science in this year’s “mini-budget”, which comes amid Brexit confusion.
A new survey of 1,443 illustrators found that 77% have previously worked for no payment, while 70% had invoices paid late last year.
Men should not be cut out of the conversation on equal rights in design, says the managing partner of brand strategy consultancy Zag, as it is only with the cooperation
Football kits dedicated to inspirational women through the ages, increasing the number of female statues, equality-fighting Moomins and more…
We’ll be working with Kerning the Gap — which strives for equal opportunities in design — on a series of content and events exploring the issues women face in the
Associating specific traits with gender is outdated and a result of society’s expectations rather than genetics, argues Nat Maher, founder at Kerning the Gap. She looks at what can be
As part of our series looking at up-and-coming creatives, we speak with prolific, 23-year-old graphic designer Simoul Alva, about India’s fastidious approach to branding, her experiences working alongside Pentagram partner
We speak to designer Paul Woods, author of a new book offering creative people advice on how to get on with colleagues, avoid hostile work situations and not be an
Studio Baxter & Bailey has designed Curated & Created, which looks to highlight the range of creative events the university puts on for students and locals, such as gigs, theatre
Based on research that the sector is woefully un-diverse in terms of ethnicity, gender and disability, nine London-based design studios are taking part in an annual work experience scheme called
The QS World University Rankings looks at the most prestigious universities globally for different subject areas, and this year, the Royal College of Art and University of the Arts London
As we celebrate 100 years of Bauhaus, we ask designers how the school, its teachings and approaches have influenced their design style or career.
The updated edition of a book published by Taschen features over 250 new images, with additions including photos of women of the Bauhaus and product design projects.