As part of our new series about in-house design teams, we speak to Laurence Honderick, head of design at BBC Creative, about how his team creates the campaigns and identities
We delve into the design industry with longer reads, exclusive interviews, opinion pieces and reviews.
For many families this week will have been the first, perhaps of many, where children have been out of school because of the coronavirus pandemic. With plenty of time to
The first prototype of CURA is being built in Milan – an epicentre for Italy’s COVID-19 outbreak – and should be ready within weeks.
After Boris Johnson announced a lockdown, ministers have been clarifying the new rules – there has been confusion around terms like ‘key workers’ and ‘social distancing’, whether new couples could
Many of the products and systems that surround giving birth have remained unchanged for decades, so what is being done to help women today?
As hospitals face an influx of patients and a shortage of supplies, designers are offering solutions – though not without complications.
Behind the Iron Curtain, space was a frontier that could one day be tamed by communist Soviet science – nowhere better was this “progressive, futuristic, yet strangely antique period” explored
Even with the best will in the world, designers finding “inspiration from anywhere” could unwittingly be complicit in the watering down of marginalised cultures – how can you ensure your
Economic repercussions of the global virus outbreak on companies are likely to be “severe”. Could “agile” supply chains be the answer?
The first Budget of Boris Johnson’s majority government looked to instil confidence its ability to deal with coronavirus, and kept its distance from any lengthy dwellings on Brexit.
As consumers move away from possessions in favour of experiences, more luxury fashion brands are rethinking their offer, but what goes into a successful branded experience?
The world of dark patterns — “tricks” that can mislead consumers — is both manipulative and murky. What are designers supposed to do about it?
From a Toxic Masculinity recycling plant, to moody wombs, these are our favourite creative products inspired by International Women’s Day on 8 March.
To mark International Women’s Day we asked women in the industry what their greatest challenges are in the workplace today.
Design Bridge director of storytelling Holly Kielty says that women over 50 have become a “forgotten audience” who they can no longer afford to ignore.
As a new exhibition opens charting the brief career of one of Art Nouveau’s most controversial creatives, Design Week speaks with the show’s curator to find out about the illustrator’s
A new exhibition at the Museum of Brands explores when brands have adopted social issues – and opens the ensuing complexity up for debate.
Despite coronavirus-prompted cancellations, there’s still plenty to do this month from a Tom of Finland retrospective to a new Lego product.
A 1950s-inspired poster series to fight against the spread of coronavirus, an anatomical typography diagram and a design museum you can take home with you are some of our favourite
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may not be using their ‘Sussex Royal’ in future branding, following news that they will become independent from the royal family. The name is currently
Nextstrain is a platform designed to facilitate the sharing of genomic data – here, Design Week speaks with two of its researchers about how it is tackling the coronavirus outbreak.
Design education, much like the wider industry, is lacking in diversity – here, Design Week speaks with some of the women who are working to change this through collective action.
A one-size-fits-all approach means that disabled people are not being consulted on the design of products they use. We speak to the people who are trying to change this.
From an editorial influenced graphic style to a changing education landscape and a burgeoning international outlook, what defines design in New York?