Plastic barriers and caution tape are not permanent solutions for a world post-coronavirus, here’s how designers envisage a future where social distancing is here to stay.
We delve into the design industry with longer reads, exclusive interviews, opinion pieces and reviews.
Some of our favourite projects from the month include Anthony Burrill’s Covent Garden takeover and designers’ support of Black Lives Matter.
The country might be easing its way out of lockdown, but many of the design events for the month ahead are still taking place in the virtual world, here are
This year’s Pride Month was markedly different to previous celebrations – here’s how design was used to bring together a socially distant international community.
We look back at the life of American graphic designer Milton Glaser, famed for his I ♥ NY campaign work and Bob Dylan poster.
The product designer found wild success with ride-on children’s suitcases and is now delving deeper into his career – and its challenges – in a new book.
Headline-grabbing rebrands of Uncle Ben’s and Aunt Jemima show change in brand-land, but a real overhaul requires sustained effort from the design world.
The Class of 2020 has had an unprecedented end to their university careers but the work from this year’s grad shows impresses all the same – here’s our favourites so
Designers for Netflix’s Glow, BBC’s Sherlock and HBO’s Succession reveal the secrets of a compelling title sequence, and why they matter now more than ever.
The coronavirus crisis-induced lockdown has revealed the distinct lack of public toilet facilities for women. Could urinals be a solution?
As airlines lose millions and the EasyJet generation remains on lockdown, designers reveal why COVID-19 could be a “watershed” moment for aviation.
Last month’s NASA-SpaceX mission was the most-watched online broadcast NASA has ever tracked – but how do you go about creative direction for a commercial rocket launch?
The Premier League returns this week after a three-month hiatus, prompted by the coronavirus pandemic – but how will broadcasters create an atmosphere with no fans?
As COVID-19 shut down institutions, art galleries and museums have made pushes to be virtual. Could it be part of a bigger shift in the cultural sector?
Designers from the New York Times and The Atlantic magazine talk online projects, creating “cinematic” experiences and what print can learn from digital.
Social media can be a boon to designers spreading messages during protest movements – but it also has its own set of limitations and complications.
Lost Horizon will feature a line up of DJs, underground acts and visual artists, accessible to the world in lockdown through a virtual reality platform.
With an industry increasingly preoccupied with multi-function and smart watches, we explore Marloe Watch Company’s hand-wound approach with head designer Gordon Fraser.
As race protests spark throughout the world, we look at the role of graphic design and why the movement must ultimately “not stop with an image”.
Government restrictions may have outlawed physical graduate showcases this year, but many universities have moved celebrations online – here is our guide to what’s on offer.
From pub-scented candles, to Polaroid chemistry and a weekly cartoon strip inspired by the bubonic plague, this is what designers got up to last month.
The past weekend saw the return of NASA’s well-loved wordmark, after nearly three decades of retirement – to celebrate, publishing outfit Standards Manual have launched a new book.
As the weather gets warmer and lockdown continues, it’s another month of digital events for the design community, from virtual V&A tours to pub sign crawls.
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.