While challenger investment platforms are reaching a new generation, there are plenty of design obstacles in the developing sector.
The latest graphics projects spanning logo design, animation and print, along with interviews with up-and-coming and established graphic designers.
We speak to designer Christine Ayre, who was recently made a Fellow of King’s College London, about how design can give a sense of coherency to institutions’ output.
Illustrator Natasha Durley discusses modernising the classic nature series, incorporating new features of the UK’s landscape and a “layered” technique.
The Design Museum has named the installation which allowed children from neighbouring countries to play with one another the Beazley Design of the Year.
With designers’ mental health taking a hit during the pandemic, the studio has developed MindFull to help its peers “feel a little less blue”.
The industry-standard musical interface’s first-ever rebrand is inspired by musical forms such as the Stuttgart pitch.
West of England Design Forum’s latest venture aims to address the imbalance between female graphic design students and those in leadership roles.
Spanish branding consultancy Summa has worked with the record-breaking football team on its identity, which draws inspiration from its home city.
The updated identity aims to show how the mortgage company can fight the “hell, stress and confusion mortgages can cause”.
With theatre doors shut, the department store has handed over creative control of their famous window displays to six designers.
General Motors has redesigned its identity to coincide with its electric ambitions, with an eye to digital brand applications.
San Francisco-based design studio Play has provided a new analogue-inspired look for Musk’s future-facing neurotechnology company.
The new look features a redrawn logo inspired by the brands visual history, as well as a bespoke typeface, updated packaging and new uniforms.
As part of our series of design in 2021, graphic designer Greg Bunbury looks at what will happen in design activism in the next 12 months.
Another lockdown poses both old and new challenges to family life, but designers have rallied to develop creativity-led resources to ease pressure on parents and carers – here are our
The architectural organisation requires a new visual identity to better reflect Europe’s “rich mix of people, cultures and architecture”.
The women’s community football club has unveiled its new kit, which has been designed by the team’s first official sponsor Nomad Studio.
The designer, recognised for having “redefined” television branding throughout his career with creations like the Channel 4 “Blocks” logo, has died aged 75.
The new logo, which has been designed to look like a “handwritten signature”, is a stark departure from the previous round badge.
Fresh from releasing a Covid vaccine, Pfizer has revealed a new logo and identity to signal a shift from “commerce to science”.
The American intelligence agency has redesigned its website and unveiled a divisive logo in the hopes of diversifying its recruitment base.
The top-flight Indian football club has adopted a new look which includes a redrawn crest, new jerseys and other “off-pitch” applications.
As part of our series of design in 2021, Natasha Jen, partner at Pentagram, looks at what will happen in graphic design in the next 12 months.
While there wasn’t much opportunity for in-studio celebrations this year, designers made use of digital to spread festive cheer.