In packaging and multimedia design, the colour of the year could be used to bring “a vintage vibe” to a project, according to Pantone.
Read about digital and technology-focused projects from consultancies and digital studios, including user experience (UX), website and app design.
From Twitter’s rebrand to X, to the collaborative process of designing the UK’s first gallery of South Asian culture, here are our top long reads of 2023.
The design talents around the revered director duo are being celebrated alongside the creatives they influenced, such as iconoclastic director Derek Jarman.
Pentagram New York has refreshed the brand identity for Reddit, aiming to make its Snoo mascot “as iconic as Super Mario”.
The annual global competition for projects designed to help people and planet reveals its shortlist with categories reflecting the COP28 agenda.
Berlin-based HelloMe has created a new identity and website for electronic music platform Resident Advisor’s creative studio, 23:59.
Casson Mann’s exhibition design for the renovated Musée national de la Marine looks to “bring the sea to Paris” and balances contemporary design, innovation and heritage.
Area 17 designed a new identity and site for OpenAI featuring “humanist ” design references and touches of “magic” as it moved from research-focused non-profit to a mainstream talking point.
Whether futuristic fashion modelled by Bauble-head mannequins or festive food with a mind of its own, this year’s Christmas windows displays will not disappoint.
Design educators Lisa E. Mercer and Terresa Moses explain in their new book, Racism Untaught, how design can offer tools for anti-racism accessible to anyone.
The website is intended to offer web designers and developers clear instructions to make websites accessible for as many people as possible.
The heart logo has two “dynamic states” to mirror the experience of listening to music and is made up of rounded forms that inspired bespoke headline typeface Deezer Sans.
The type-led identity and new website looks to foreground the organisation’s purpose as well as key findings from its published research.
ERIC co-founder Samantha Hornby explains how the app is looking to make the creative industries more accessible to the next generation and how designers can help.
Our design recommendations this month include an interactive introduction to set design, in-person events from Glasgow to Brighton and design festivals in Ireland and Dubai.
Designed to reduce the amount of office furniture waste in UK landfill, the Koru furniture system aims to position sustainability as “a strategic advantage rather than a corporate responsibility”.
Speaking at Design for Planet festival, Fairphone founder Bas van Abel reflects on the origin story of Fairphone and how it is working to tackle e-waste and inequalities in the
The studio looked to add “playfulness” and warmth to the brand with a leading yellow hue and a personified tree, which is the face of customer interaction.
Designers will work on two to three major installations for an exhibition centred around space exploration which will be aimed at 8-14-year-olds.
The Oncology Guide takes cues from medical journals and doctors notes while a bespoke logotype has been designed to show the human touch.
A giant projection of a brewer’s head, an immersive 4D experience and hidden stories about historical brewers feature in the experience.
Ustwo designed the platform using its “Play Thinking ethos”, incorporating baseball cards, illustrations and a vertical scale to make data more digestible for users.
For the coalition of charities seeking freedom and accountability for Syria’s detainees, Templo crafted a flying bird logo made from the Arabic letterforms for Syria.
Designed with 10–14-year-olds in mind, V&A’s new website Mused looks to give young people “social currency” and the confidence to talk about culture on the playground.