Learn about London’s street signs, visit an exhibition about brilliant craftswomen and find out whether you’ve won a coveted Design Week award.
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A London-based group of artists, designers and architects hosts workshops in King’s Cross every month that look to engage the young, local community, teach them new skills and help them
Food: Bigger than the Plate is the museum’s latest blockbuster show, which hopes to explore the future of food production, looking at how we can be more sustainable without compromising
This week, non-profit D&AD was hit by controversy when it emerged that it had paid some of its speakers a fee and expenses for its upcoming festival in London, but
Andrew Lawrence, executive creative director at Elmwood, discusses why newly formed, break-away political party Change UK: The Independent Group is struggling to make an impact with its current brand identity.
Take a trip to Scotland for the third ever Dundee Design Festival, explore the future of food at the V&A and learn about the 20th century’s most prolific “graphic designer
Lego bricks designed to help blind children learn, a smartphone concept that gets people away from their screen and a fun campaign encouraging nurses to wash their hands are some
F3 Architects has balanced the interiors, facilities, retail and hospitality areas across the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to engage different types of fans and user groups.
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
Protests against climate change and ecological destruction are currently taking place across the world – we speak to graphic designer, Clive Russell, about how the eco group has used creativity
The type foundry has released the first redesign of the well-used typeface in 35 years, giving designers more options for glyphs and sizes in a bid to improve its readability
The three-day design conference returned to Ireland this month with a host of graphic designers, illustrators, animators and makers taking to its stages to talk about their work and offer
Lucie Ebrey and Mark Long are among the artists who have contributed original drawings for On This Planet, a new exhibition at the Old Street Gallery, where their work will
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,
The exhibition has been designed with the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and mixes projection mapping with physical spaces.
As more areas invest in new identities, we speak to designers and councils about why this is a growing trend, the benefits a visual brand can bring to a locality
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
This month, you can delve into the art of video games, explore the sordid world of Stanley Kubrick and learn about the highs and lows of freelance illustration from Isabel
Reimagined Baby on Board badges, a musical Google Doodle people can compose themselves, and a virtual reality kit for kids are some of our favourite projects this month.
The Welsh political party has suggested it may be changing its name to the New Wales Party, in a bid to be more “inclusive”, particularly towards non-Welsh speakers. We look
The show at the William Morris Gallery features posters, matchboxes and papercuts displaying slogans inspired by communist leader Chairman Mao.
This week the Hindu festival of colours takes place, which sees communities across the world throw powder over each other to mark the start of Spring and celebrate love, joy
Mantzaris, who will be speaking at Offset design festival in Dublin this April, tells us all about what goes into making films such as Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs and
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.