Special Projects has designed the Moving Buttons concept, which could allow 50 people to use a screen every hour without touching the same spot.
The latest graphics projects spanning logo design, animation and print, along with interviews with up-and-coming and established graphic designers.
Following the news of Bruce Blackburn’s passing at the age of 82, we look back on how the ubiquitous red logo was developed.
Among Equals has created the new animal-themed identity for the family-safety platform, based around the character of Max the elephant.
BrandOpus has redesigned one the biggest US beer brands from the 1990s, which it says had been lacking a memorable identity.
Supple Studio has designed the visual identity for the American second-hand search site, finding inspiration in the search bar icon.
After mentoring a group of designers from around the world in 2020, the founder and creative director of Studio Moross talks about supporting young talent.
Saffron has designed the new identity for the Crown Estate, which manages some of London’s best known addresses including Regent Street and St. James’s.
The UK’s largest Pride organisation has rebranded ahead of its 50th anniversary next year with inspiration from the exclamation mark.
While the pandemic has presented clear challenges for people looking to date, apps have attempted to meet these difficulties – and explore new opportunities.
Our Design Agency has created the new look for Relish (previously Active Minds) which produces games and activities for people living with dementia.
New York-based studio Collins has designed the new and “more inclusive” identity for the dating app, which turns 25 this year.
20something has designed the new visual identity for Seven Clean Seas, which works in some of the world’s most plastic-polluted areas.
As the global competitive gaming sector soars, designers are helping esports teams and organisations face the future without forgetting the past.
London studio Spaceagency has developed the wayfinding and signage system for the international event with the help of local craftspeople.
The tech company aims to improve digital connectivity in homes and offices worldwide while also providing a certificate rating for buildings.
The Clerkenwell Brothers is behind the branding project, which aims to position the company’s offering as “untamed and unconforming”.
Pentagram’s Luke Powell and Jody Hudson-Powell have redesigned the organisation’s identity, which aims to unify its publications and international art fairs.
The London-based studio has taken a “multiperspective” approach to branding the diverse group of scholars, artists and activists.
The work has been undertaken by London-based studio Design by Structure and includes a redrawn mark, a shortened name and an updated tone of voice.
Red Bee Creative has designed the new look for the Irish broadcaster, which includes footage from the four provinces of Ireland.
The social media platform has updated its five-year-old brand identity with paint-splattered photography and its first ever propriety typeface, Chirp.
As he approaches the launch of his retrospective book, we speak to the designer about “unhinging” his brain, working with Scorsese and avoiding over-designing.
The start of a new year brought us an identity for a Covid-adapted restaurant, calligraphic coffee branding and a new series of lockdown posters.
It will be another month spent at home but you can still take in everything from utopian community building to overcoming creative barriers and more.