As part of our series profiling country’s design industries, we look at Finland’s well-established design scene, and hear from the designers trying to find a new design language.
We delve into the design industry with longer reads, exclusive interviews, opinion pieces and reviews.
We speak to Lucy Painter of Studio Recruitment and Pip Jamieson of The Dots to find out how they’re advising the Class of 2020 to go about job hunting right
We’ve rounded up our favourite design projects which aim to raise awareness, from an outdoor illustrated installation to the Mental Health Coalition.
“If you told me 60 days ago that I’d be on video calls eight hours straight from home, I’d have been like, there’s no way,” Mark Spates says of the
As design businesses consider an eventual return to the studio, we explore the legal information that employers and employees need to know.
The UK’s attempt to launch a contact tracing app has attracted criticism over privacy and technical performance. Design might provide an answer.
As the UK government eases lockdown measures, we speak to designers about what they’ve learned during this time and what returning to work might look like.
The government’s communications around easing lockdown measures has attracted criticism for a lack of clarification. Designers give us their verdict.
With the latest announcement from Boris Johnson suggesting some shops could reopen as early as next month, the focus turns to how retailers can deliver safe but recognisable in-store experiences.
We take a look at the design concepts that seek to purify our domestic (and office) spaces, with a new urgency post-coronavirus.
Family life in lockdown has been tough for many, but designers and the wider creative community have rallied throughout to develop creativity-led resources, activities and initiatives to ease pressure on
With many design disciplines relying on physical pieces and tactile feedback, university course leaders are having to refocus their teaching as lockdown continues.
Put the world’s designers in lockdown and this is what they come up with.
Even before COVID-19, design studios were looking to implement virtual reality solutions, but lockdown has added renewed relevance to the effort.
Three new concept designs from Bath-based studio Matter aim to engage more women in positive cervical screening experiences by taking the process out of the doctor’s surgery and into the
From Pentagram’s Home Poems to a period branding project, we take a look at some of our favourite work from an unusual April.
As we enter another month in lockdown, it seems the design world has got creativity at a distance down to a fine art – this month, watch out for virtual
Dick McConnell was an educator with a profound influence on the development of exhibition and museum design practice. Patrick Argent, who was taught by McConnell, charts his life and career.
As the British Museum updates its online collection, we take a look at museum and gallery resources from virtual tours to augmented reality.
As has been proven throughout the coronavirus pandemic so far, the UK’s designers are ready and willing to do their bit for their communities, be that through awareness-spreading campaigns, innovative
We look back at the life of Polish graphic designer Romek Marber, who was a “heavyweight” of London’s design scene from the 1960s onwards.
Amber Weaver, the designer behind the organisation, speaks to Design Week and reflects on a year of celebrating women in typography.
Traditionally a practice reserved for soldiers on the battlefield, heraldry is still a go-to technique for many brands – a new book from Counter-Print explores why.
You can get wine, laundry capsules and deodorant posted through your letterbox now, and it’s testing traditional ideas of product and packaging design.