The designer recalls how a serendipitous event led to him designing the Labour Party’s rose and transforming its visual identity in the 1980s.
We delve into the design industry with longer reads, exclusive interviews, opinion pieces and reviews.
With both undergoing considerable image changes and integrating new digital tools over the past few years, Design Week explores the mission of bringing heritage organisations into the present day for
With the upcoming release of her two new books, Design Week speaks to the graphic designer about our annotated world, crossing over into science and why she wants everyone to
From feminist activism to partnerships with high street stores, the adult retail industry is repositioning its identity away from seedy stereotypes, and toward the mainstream.
The new book AZTDR, published by Unit Editions, looks at 33 years of the studio’s history from Sheffield-based music labels to Coca-Cola and Nike.
We speak to Keenan Wyrobek, the founder of Zipline about designing an autonomous drone system which has revolutionised the way blood and medicine are transported in places which are hard
From the meatball, to the worm and now Artemis, graphic designers at NASA have branded the face of space travel for decades.
This month Design Manchester turns seven, Anglia Ruskin University is telling tales with tech and Es Devlin is talking us through her latest installation.
Justin Lyles, vice president of consumer design and advanced design director, talks inspiration, collaboration and why consumers expect smartphones everywhere.
“All humans are different, so being conscientious of visitors’ needs helps us to pre-empt our designs,” Pentagram’s Marina Willer says of exhibition design. “Being aware of what can restrict people
With cutting edge technology, new experiences and grandeur driving it, we speak to experts who say the face of cinema is no longer the multiplex.
A new book, from Monotype designer Toshi Omagari, celebrates the underappreciated world of arcade game typography.
Play Well will look at how play is an integral, but often overlooked, part of a well-functioning society.
The mission to get to Mars is creating countless opportunities for design, according to the new exhibition.
Bars on benches, studs in doorways and fenced off window ledges are just some of the many measures put in place to control how public space is used – but
Designers are taking over communication systems and promoting what they see as urgent political messages, walking a legal tightrope in the process. But who are they and why do they
The recipient of the Design Week Rising Star Award 2019 talks about her home roots, finding inspiration everywhere and why people using chairs to dry clothes is a good thing.
As our attention spans get shorter, brands want to engage customers in any way possible – ears are a good place to start.
We speak to the designer behind London Transport Museum’s Hidden London exhibition, which recreates a “secret station subterranean world”.
The exhibition, Hello, Robot. Design Between Human and Machine, examines our relationship with robots and how design is a “mediator” between us.
The fair returns to London for its sixth year in November, here Design Week talks to curator and co-founder Alastair Eland about the ones to watch at this year’s event.
We speak to David Hillman, Nova’s art director for almost a decade, about its short but influential run, picking a perfect cover and when illustrations are better than photos.
This month, it’s time to rethink robots at V&A Dundee, read about the best way to design schools and a men’s magazine launches.
From a women’s charity rebrand to a banana-based visual identity for a food market, these are some of our favourite projects from the last month.