Offset takes place for the 12th time this year, and will see the likes of Gail Bichler, Ustwo and Pentagram take to the stage.
The biggest packaging design stories, from food and drink packaging to new trends in environmental sustainability and the latest debates around unbranded cigarette packets.
Studiosuther& has introduced a walking wordmark to bring “playfulness and joy” to the 230-year-old brand, which is being repositioned as an expert in children’s footwear.
Billie is a new, US-based shaving company that aims to break gender stereotypes by shedding any condescending messages and “girly” colour palettes.
South Africa’s annual design conference returns to Cape Town this month. Here are some of the most interesting speakers to check out during the event, including stage designer Es Devlin
On the centenary of women’s suffrage in the UK, we look at the female designers who have made an impact on everything from graphics to textiles over the past 100
Now in its 10th edition, this year’s awards saw the new Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture named as the overall winner.
WPP has merged together five of its design consultancies under the name Superunion, ditching individual brands in a bid to “create more opportunities” for clients and employees.
The £1.4 million New Plastics Economy Innovation Prize has announced its second round of winners, which includes five, recyclable or biodegradable packaging materials.
The “sleek” cans have a bright colour palette, stripped back typography and come alongside a new range of flavours, following a drop in sales for Diet Coke in 2017.
As part of our series on the future of design in 2018, Pearlfisher founding creative partner and chief creative officer Karen Welman looks at what will happen in packaging over the
As MPs put pressure on Government for “Latte levy”, service design opportunities could be brewing but only if a new circular economy coffee cup system can be conceived.
We’re off to celebrate Christmas and New Year’s – we’ll be back on 2 January 2018.
Think you know what happened in design this year? Test yourself with our quiz, and send a screenshot of your results to email@example.com – we’ll send out a prize in
A report on the potential impact of plain food and drink packaging, Pantone’s purple hued colour of the year and Mini’s new, monochrome logo – the news from the last
A new report by financial consultancy Brand Finance looks at the potential financial impact of forcing big companies such as Pepsi Co and Coca-Cola to have non-branded packaging.
The blue-based purple has been selected for its “provocative” and “thoughtful” shade, which nods to current trends in areas like spirituality and space exploration.
BrandOpus has created the identity and packaging for Scrubd, which aims to reflect changing attitudes towards male grooming.
The cans feature the artist’s famous toucan and lobster illustrations, created during his four-decade-long association with the brand.
Pearlfisher has redesigned the restaurant chain’s packaging for its takeaway service, with the aim of making it take up less space and enabling food to be shared more easily.
Illustrator Jimmy Turrell has designed the record sleeve for Beck’s new album Colors, which can be customised with transparent prints to suit people’s different tastes.
Offthetopofmyhead founder and creative director John Spencer considers the tensions between designers and strategists and why they ought to get along better.
Bulletproof’s redesign of Pizza Express’ supermarket range and Sadler’s Wells Theatre’s new membership materials are both included in the 54-strong shortlist for this year’s awards.
From a new report about creative skills shortages post-Brexit, to our top picks from Design Manchester 2017, we round up the news from the last seven days.