A new book from Lou Downe, the UK government’s former director of design, seeks to establish a universal language for the often-overlooked discipline of service design.
We delve into the design industry with longer reads, exclusive interviews, opinion pieces and reviews.
The Design Museum’s Designers in Residence exhibition explores the possibilities of new materials, inspired by Mars exploration.
A new book from GraphicDesign& is imploring the British public to listen to each other by presenting the arguments of both sides of the EU debate, hoping to “encourage empathy,
Propelled by a mix of high-tech research, indigenous knowledge and political and global awareness, the design industry in India is thriving.
Two seemingly different themes are setting the agenda for 2020 but things get really interesting for designers when these worlds collide.
Overnight trains are the sleeper hits of the transport industry – with both vintage and modern appeal. How do you design for that newfound appeal?
Labelled as one of the pioneers of graphic design, the French creative known best for his posters for the Moulin Rouge Cabaret will be at the centre of the Victoria
The first retrospective of the British mid-century designer uncovers his enduring influence, from royal stamp commissions to Guinness posters in pubs.
From fake love letter design, to a real-life wedding chapel at Fortnum & Mason, these are the design events to watch out for in February.
Pentagram’s rebrand of an internet password system, an adult-targeted CBD drink and a smart watch are some of our favourite projects from the past month.
As part of our new series about in-house design teams, Simon Scarr, deputy editor of Reuters Graphics talks visualising catastrophe, global communication and Star Wars.
An average of 4,650 tents are produced for the UN agency each year, facing every weather condition known to man – here, Design Week explores the innovation process undertaken to
Now in its 96th year, the annual 50 Books | 50 Covers competition aims to reward the best in book design — inside and out.
After a scandal at CES, Lora diCarlo — a female-focused sexual health and wellbeing company — recentered the conversation about women and sex tech.
As part of our series spotlighting design in different countries, we look at Poland’s rich history of industrial design and how the country is embracing its idiosyncratic influences.
US-based game developers and tech workers have joined one of the country’s biggest trade unions, but what kind of working culture led to this moment, and how does the situation
The Pentagram partner and product designer talks about and his first children’s book, the power of chess and how he designs in the present.
Voice-assistants are becoming a part of our everyday lives, but they don’t understand everyone’s voices equally. We explore how the industry is addressing that inequality.
It’s one of the biggest fashion trends of the last 30 years, but despite sharper styling and direction than ever, brand leaders tell Design Week the key to authentic streetwear
In her new book, designer and academic Julia Watson explores how designers can look to the sustainable practices of indigenous peoples and apply them at scale in cities.
From bathtubs lined with eggshell, to Rolls Royce dashboards finished with iridescent tail feathers, we explore Malaysian-born Lay Koon Tan’s sustainable luxury interiors studio Nature Squared.
As more Scottish communities opt to design their own regional flags, Design Week explores where the trend comes from, and how the practice has been modernised.
Toyota builds a city, Sony reveals a new Play Station logo and cat robots replace waiters at this year’s tech conference.
We asked designers what they are resolving to do differently this year and they showed us how the political disorder and climate crisis of 2019 will inform their work in