Graduate season is in full swing now, so we’ve rounded up our favourite projects from the most recently opened online showcases.
Read about digital and technology-focused projects from consultancies and digital studios, including user experience (UX), website and app design.
Hamish Smyth and Jesse Reed are developing a new online platform that will help designers to create guidelines and clients to follow them properly.
The pandemic has forced fashion off catwalks and out of stores – this is how designers are helping move something famously tactile into the virtual world.
Design studio Uncommon is behind the identity for the city, which will take up the City of Culture mantle in May 2021.
A reading initiative for young prisoners answering a Penguin brief was one of two projects to scoop the top prize, while 213 pencils in total were awarded to winning work.
The platform has been developed in partnership with software developers and designers EPAM, and will be targeted at children and their families in Europe and Central Asia.
Google-owned Waze has a new visual identity designed by Pentagram and its in-house creative team, which plays to the driving app’s social side.
Some of our favourite projects from the month include Anthony Burrill’s Covent Garden takeover and designers’ support of Black Lives Matter.
“Cross-modal” transport, more inclusive design and identities that celebrate local heritage: what will the train station of the future look like?
The country might be easing its way out of lockdown, but many of the design events for the month ahead are still taking place in the virtual world, here are
The tool will also help creatives adapt to new ways of working following the COVID-19 crisis, according to the colour company.
The Class of 2020 has had an unprecedented end to their university careers but the work from this year’s grad shows impresses all the same – here’s our favourites so
The week-long celebration will see the museum dive into its official Glastonbury archive to highlight 50 years’ worth of festival fashion, sounds, stages and memories.
Using AI, machine learning and ‘spatial intelligence’ technology, the design platform seeks to change how we interact with the spaces we live in.
The Premier League returns this week after a three-month hiatus, prompted by the coronavirus pandemic – but how will broadcasters create an atmosphere with no fans?
As COVID-19 shut down institutions, art galleries and museums have made pushes to be virtual. Could it be part of a bigger shift in the cultural sector?
Lost Horizon will feature a line up of DJs, underground acts and visual artists, accessible to the world in lockdown through a virtual reality platform.
We’re excited to announce the full shortlist for our awards below. Stay tuned later in the month for our winners showcase, which will be revealed here on the site as
Unlike the other voice assistants such as Alexa and Siri, Beeb is British, male and will feature exclusive content from the BBC.
Responding to a surge in domestic violence cases brought on by lockdown, technology company IBM has proposed five design principles aimed at combating tech-facilitated coercive control.
Lantern studio has given Zero Gravity a geometric new look, which seeks to highlight students’ hidden potential when applying to university.
From pub-scented candles, to Polaroid chemistry and a weekly cartoon strip inspired by the bubonic plague, this is what designers got up to last month.
As the weather gets warmer and lockdown continues, it’s another month of digital events for the design community, from virtual V&A tours to pub sign crawls.
Design Week caught up with Studio Output creative director Johanna Drewe and Resn creative director Simon Jullien to find out.