We look back at our most popular stories across branding and logos from the last year, from a sustainable (and undeniably French) identity for the Paris Olympics to BT’s 50th
Read about digital and technology-focused projects from consultancies and digital studios, including user experience (UX), website and app design.
Winners of the Design Week Social Design Award 2019, Ikea’s research and design lab Space10 has had a busy year – here they speak to us about crowdsourcing, why you
Designed and developed in partnership with UK-based studio Sugar Creative, the first app of the series will be based on Dr. Seuss’s ABC: An Amazing Alphabet Book and is set
Right Runner, an endless runner style game, aims to educate children in Latin America and the Caribbean in a “fun and interactive” way.
The UK government body responsible for immigration, security and policing has published a tender document looking for those that might be able “design and deliver technology which supports the transformation
Lex, an app inspired by traditional newspaper personal adverts, mixes “old technology with the new” in an attempt to create a “gentle” user experience.
Among the six designers who have been recognised are the lighting designer for War Horse, head of fabrics at Alexander McQueen and a newspaper cartoonist.
From waking up Lego dragons to intergalactic waterslides, we explore the ways virtual reality is revolutionising thrills.
With both undergoing considerable image changes and integrating new digital tools over the past few years, Design Week explores the mission of bringing heritage organisations into the present day for
The Abortion Care Finder tool provides those seeking abortions with location-specific information relating to laws and regulations, nearby health centres and different medical options.
The latest iOS update came with a Dark Mode feature for iPhones and native apps, which inverts screen displays, from black writing on a white background to white writing on
Eco-Visionaries draws from different creative practices in an attempt to find solutions for the environmental crisis.
This month Design Manchester turns seven, Anglia Ruskin University is telling tales with tech and Es Devlin is talking us through her latest installation.
Justin Lyles, vice president of consumer design and advanced design director, talks inspiration, collaboration and why consumers expect smartphones everywhere.
Rufus Leonard chief executive Laurence Parkes on where to find investment money, how to secure it and how to grow your design consultancy.
Level Ex gives doctors the chance to practice complex and often rare medical situations via their smartphones, and now it’s landed a sponsorship with Philips.
Play Well will look at how play is an integral, but often overlooked, part of a well-functioning society.
David Coombs, head of strategic services at Cheil UK, says if we want people to embrace smart tech, we need to stop aiming for the future.
The exhibition, Hello, Robot. Design Between Human and Machine, examines our relationship with robots and how design is a “mediator” between us.
This month, it’s time to rethink robots at V&A Dundee, read about the best way to design schools and a men’s magazine launches.
PackScore, developed by the British Plastics Federation, aims to help product designers create easily recyclable packaging.
The online flight comparison site has redesigned its app and unveiled a new visual identity in a bid to “simplify travel as much as possible”.
Digital consultancy Red Badger developed ShareThyme to promote intergenerational friendships, and it seems to be catching on.
Ed Hawkins’ data visualisation, Warming Stripes, has appeared everywhere from The Guardian’s front page to meteorologists’ ties.