The BBC unveiled its own typeface, the Beazley Designs of the Year shortlist was announced and we looked back at 25 years of design in the Premier League – the
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The infamous “swipe-right” dating app has a new, minimal logo of a flame symbol created by DesignStudio, and a “cleaner” app design with a greater focus on photography.
Spanning everything from graphics to transport design, the 10th iteration of the annual awards and exhibition includes a search and rescue drone that assists refugees and the national place branding
Layer has designed the kit of five, multi-purpose products, including a two-in-one charger and USB stick, and a phone case that turns into a fitness band and wallet.
The new gov.uk service will look to make it easier for users to find, apply and pay for more than 100 different types of licences.
The BBC has ditched Gill Sans and replaced it with BBC Reith, which has been designed by an in-house team and type foundry Dalton Maag, and will roll out to
The Barcelona-based design conference comes to London for the first time next month, and will see the likes of DesignStudio, Poke and Territory offer their insight.
The Athens and South America-based ride hailing app got a colourful new look that features emoji-style symbols to represent everyday scenes in different cities.
Martin Roth died at 62, the World Illustration Awards announced its winners and we looked at the design of the new Morrissey film – the news from the last seven
Trips has been designed by Lonely Planet’s in-house product team, and allows users to post photos, videos and stories about their travels.
Star Light, Star Bright has been designed by digital consultancy Guerilla Dance Project, and sees people activate “star” inspired light clusters across the city.
The festival will see installations, exhibitions and talks at hubs across the city, including existing design districts like Clerkenwell and Shoreditch, and new additions such as Mayfair.
Gravity Sketch enables designers to create 3D virtual models in mid-air using a virtual reality headset and handheld controllers, cutting out the need for 2D sketches.
Last week, Apple revealed it was killing off its iPod Nano and Shuffle models. We ask designers about the everyday products they would miss the most if
Brompton Bicycle, famous for its foldable bike, has revealed a battery-powered one which can be connected to an app to track mileage and riding settings.
The campaign will be used throughout the sports network’s Olympic coverage up until 2024, and is based around a flexible podium symbol.
This coming month, you can explore 50 great illustrations from around the world, delve into the history of post delivery and dress up as a comic book character.
From an interview with Camille Walala to a new creative fund that could help designers work abroad following Brexit, we round up the news from the last seven days.
DesignStudio has created a new “bold, brash” look for the online buying and selling platform, which looks to represent the “confidence” of the community using it.
A Kickstarter campaign has launched for a new children’s coding kit, which lets children build their own robots then animate them through coding sequences.
Last week, London Design Festival’s organisers revealed the details of a new exhibition exploring the art of the designer-client relationship. We ask designers about their most difficult experiences with
The company’s electronic device would comprise a 3D-printed main body and a number of modular components including a speaker, microphone, GPS and touchscreen.
The Canadian Digital Service (CDS) will work with other government departments to make their digital content more accessible, and launch a dedicated canada.ca website.
A revamped Natural History Museum was unveiled, art and design university applications fell dramatically and Sky Sports got a new look – the design news from the last seven days.