A collaboration between Dept and Tribe Company, the 3D rendering of the Eurovision village will welcome visitors from all over the world.
Read about digital and technology-focused projects from consultancies and digital studios, including user experience (UX), website and app design.
The organisation has announced a Design Age Directory and a community for designers and “ageing humans” to challenge negative stereotypes.
Covid Vax Facts is an “innovative online chatbot” developed by the studio and the University of Nottingham to tackle misinformation and conspiracy theories.
The series of interactive data visualisation projects features work from Giorgia Lupi, Cristina Tarquini and Felicity Hammond.
The street in South Kensington, which is home to the V&A, Science Museum and Natural History Museum, is looking for installations that support biodiversity.
Other projects from this year’s all-female line-up looked at our relationship to microbes in cities and Nigerian textiles.
Incentivised apps would use financial rewards to increase levels of physical activity and improve dietary choices among adults.
National Museums Liverpool is looking for a multi-disciplinary team to transform part of the UNESCO Heritage site into a “stunning leisure and cultural destination”.
Otherway’s “nostalgic” rebrand of the hyperlocal delivery start-up takes cues from traditional marketplaces and shop signage from around the world.
A total of 10 teams have been commissioned to turn their ideas into a reality, with Assemble, Nelly Ben Hayoun and a host of freelancers included in the line-up.
You now have an extra three weeks to get your entries over before the deadline on 1 April and find out everything you need to know here.
Exploring the design process at Furhat Robotics, which aims to create human-like interactions between robots with the help of a full-time magician.
Some of our favourite projects from the month included a cinematic identity for the Glasgow film festival and an interactive literary journal.
With an end to lockdown in sight, the online-only events in our March round-up could be some of the last. Here’s what’s going on.
From virtual property presentation platforms to craftivism clothing kits, studios are using the current situation to explore new avenues.
Special Projects has designed the Moving Buttons concept, which could allow 50 people to use a screen every hour without touching the same spot.
Among Equals has created the new animal-themed identity for the family-safety platform, based around the character of Max the elephant.
Supple Studio has designed the visual identity for the American second-hand search site, finding inspiration in the search bar icon.
While the pandemic has presented clear challenges for people looking to date, apps have attempted to meet these difficulties – and explore new opportunities.
New York-based studio Collins has designed the new and “more inclusive” identity for the dating app, which turns 25 this year.
The multifunctional public interventions will look to replace the Square Mile’s outdated blue Police Boxes with 21st Century digital hubs.
Red Bee Creative has designed the new look for the Irish broadcaster, which includes footage from the four provinces of Ireland.
Ten immersive start-ups have been highlighted as part of a government digital scheme, spanning VR training to virtual collaboration solutions.
The social media platform has updated its five-year-old brand identity with paint-splattered photography and its first ever propriety typeface, Chirp.