This month, you can delve into a retrospective book on the work of Noma Bar, visit the Dundee Design Festival and take a trip to the V&A to learn about Pink Floyd.
A look at the challenges women face in the design industry, a global store redesign for Apple and the creative industries lobbying Government – the important design news from the last seven days.
The 10-point list of demands urges all parties to consider the positive impact of the creative industries when putting together their general election campaigns.
The art college’s associate dean of pre-degree has spoken out about the importance of one-year foundation courses in providing students with “excitement, variety and experimentation”.
The retailer plans to expand its Social Entrepreneurs initiative to the country, which will see Syrian refugees and local Jordanian women produce textiles and rugs to be sold in Ikea stores in the Middle East.
In her first column, Kerning the Gap founder Nat Maher looks at how female designers face career progression challenges and lack of exposure – an inequality that was revealed to her through a simple Google search.
From a book exploring the life and work of Paula Scher through to our poll launched in light of the General Election 2017 – the important design from the last seven days.
A snap general election is set to go ahead on 8 June. We want to know which political party you are planning on voting for. Let us know in our anonymous poll below.
The WPP chief executive has emphasised the importance of freedom of movement when it comes to Brexit negotiations.
This month, independent publisher Unit Editions has released Paula Scher: Works – a 522-page book documenting the life and work of the Pentagram partner. We speak to the book’s co-editor Adrian Shaughnessy about what makes Scher “remarkable”, her politically-motivated projects, and her refusal to be typecast as a “female designer”.
Milan Design Week, Offf Barcelona 2017 and problems for Thomas Heatherwick’s Garden Bridge – the important design news from the last seven days.
The important design news from the last seven days, including our report on ageism in the design industry and a tender to redesign the UK passport following Brexit.
Last week, coveted fine art award the Turner Prize lifted its age restriction on applicants, which has previously stopped over-50s entering. We ask designers of all ages if they have experienced ageism in the workplace.
The Imperial War Museum’s People Power: Fighting for Peace exhibition showcases everything from homemade protest banners to photomontage artworks dating from the First World War to the present day. Historian and exhibition curator Matt Brosnan picks out some of the most powerful anti-war designs from the past century.
The Graphic Design Portfolio Masterclass, organised by creative jobs site The Dots, took place this month – we speak to Pentagram, Studio Moross, Jones Knowles Ritchie and more about what students and graduates need to do to stand out.
Our exclusive interview with Alan Kitching, Theresa May triggers Article 50 and UKIP looks set to rebrand – the important design news from the last seven days.
The Design Commission’s People and Places report makes recommendations to Government on how the public and private sectors can work more closely together and influence people’s behaviour in the way they design spaces.
The official Brexit process has begun, and the UK has until 29 March 2019 to leave the European Union. We look at how some of Theresa May’s promises will impact on the creative industries.
The UK Independence Party’s leader Paul Nuttall has said that the party needs a rebrand to give it “a different feel”, suggesting it could ditch its purple and yellow colours and pound sign.
Bed Finder, which is being trialled in Hertfordshire, is a new website that will allow users to find spots in care homes more “efficiently” rather than “spending hours on the phone”.