New research has found that while 30,000 students graduated from design courses between 2012-2013 and 2015-2016, only a quarter ended up going into “highly skilled” design jobs.
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.
A new exhibition at the Fashion & Textile Museum examines the garment in the context of its role as the “perfect blank canvas” to express opinions on everything from LGBT
Over a quarter of the design industry is made up of self-employed workers. We look at how the Government’s latest reforms to employment rights could help – or hinder –
UCAS figures show that the number of applications for art and design courses has dropped overall, but interest from EU and international students is on the up as they could
This year marks 100 years since women aged over 30 were given the vote – Cambridge University Library is celebrating the occasion with a new exhibition showcasing previously-unseen political protest
WSP will lead the development of new stations Birmingham Curzon Street and Old Oak Common, while Ove Arup & Partners will head up the expansion of Euston and the development
Matias Shortcook, an associate dean at Plymouth College of Art, comments on the repercussions of secondary schools cutting resources for creative subjects such as art and design.
This month, you can visit South African festival Design Indaba, and explore the lesser-known history of upholstery at a new exhibition.
Studio Voltaire’s latest exhibition takes the form of a trade show that is trying to sell the dream of a future society centred around a fictional holiday camp called Britlins.
Last week, a survey revealed that over two thirds of illustrators need a second source of income to get by. Now, freelance designers and illustrators share their experiences of
Freelance illustrator, columnist and Leeds United fan Ben Tallon talks about how vitriolic social media attacks are not the way forward when a football club’s new logo goes horribly wrong.
Microsoft has developed a piece of software that can generate an entirely new illustration or image based on what you tell it to. We look at what this could mean
WPP unveiled new super-consultancy Superunion, we looked at how creatives feel about Brexit and Leeds United came under fire for its new football crest – the news from the last
A survey conducted of over 2,000 people has found that 62% of creative workers from the EU could leave the UK after Brexit.
The Mayor of London will install 20 water fountains across the capital and make tap water more freely available, in a social design project that aims to discourage the public
The £1.4 million New Plastics Economy Innovation Prize has announced its second round of winners, which includes five, recyclable or biodegradable packaging materials.
Specimen designs have been unveiled for a major infrastructural viaduct project on the Government’s high speed rail network.
Pentagram partner Michael Bierut has had a 40-year-career, which spans the ubiquitous Hillary Clinton US presidential campaign logo, Mastercard’s first rebrand in 20 years and the wayfinding for the New
Design Council is working with Highways England on the Road Investment Strategy, a two-year initiative to improve the design of roads and motorways.
Prime minister Theresa May’s latest switch around of Government Cabinet ministers sees new culture and education secretaries.