As part of our series spotlighting design in different countries, we look at Poland’s rich history of industrial design and how the country is embracing its idiosyncratic influences.
The effects of government policy on the design industry, from Brexit to election manifestos – plus a light-hearted look at protest art and political campaigns.
US-based game developers and tech workers have joined one of the country’s biggest trade unions, but what kind of working culture led to this moment, and how does the situation
We asked designers what they are resolving to do differently this year and they showed us how the political disorder and climate crisis of 2019 will inform their work in
Identified as one of the “main technology frustrations” facing NHS staff, the fund intends improve service design burdens on staff by improving outdated technology, integrating local and national systems and
In a rambling blog post the Prime Minister’s chief special adviser has called upon the services of an “unusual set of people”, some of whom have the skill set of
Unregistered design right is protected within EU law, but negotiation talks have not recognised its importance according to an open letter to the Prime Minister.
It’s been a year marked by protest and politics, which has in turn given way to a host of memorable design moments – as it wraps up, we ask designers
After a decisive victory from Boris Johnson’s Tory party, Design Week explores what the election result might mean for the design industry.
The “non-biased” newspaper is being distributed across London ahead of the election on Thursday.
A snap Design Week survey of 335 respondents suggests designers will mainly be voting for Labour when the UK takes to the polls next Thursday.
We’ve looked at the election manifestos of each party and spoken to industry experts to help you navigate the upcoming election.
Winners of the Design Week Social Design Award 2019, Ikea’s research and design lab Space10 has had a busy year – here they speak to us about crowdsourcing, why you
With the general election scheduled for 12 December, Design Week wants to know which political party designers are going to vote for – let us know in the anonymous poll
The poster database is a partnership between Glug and It’s Our Time, targeted at people who have not voted before.
In light of the upcoming December election, we asked design experts to deconstruct the six main political parties’ identities and election strategies.
The designer recalls how a serendipitous event led to him designing the Labour Party’s rose and transforming its visual identity in the 1980s.
Developed and launched by Heimat Berlin, the typeset uses original graffiti scrawled on the Wall during its 28-year history.
Labour Against Antisemitism aims to highlight the “rise of anti-Jewish sentiment in the Labour Party”.
Eco-Visionaries draws from different creative practices in an attempt to find solutions for the environmental crisis.
The troubled social media company hopes the rebrand will “better communicate” its services.