From 20-23 September, London’s Designjunction takes place on the South of the River Thames, and will see installations, exhibitions, talks and its well-known fair spread across three venues including Doon
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.
The new Victoria and Albert Museum opens to the public this weekend – we explore the grand space, which looks to spotlight Scottish design while also holding its own among
Diversity, sustainability and fresh new design talent are all on the programme for this year’s LDF – here’s a selection of great talks, presentations and panel discussions you should go
The award and exhibition, which is now in its 11th year, celebrates the best in design across graphics, products, transport, digital, architecture and fashion.
Now in its second year, the huge exhibition at Somerset House sees 40 countries create pavilions that respond to the theme of Emotional States. We sum up this year’s best
ANNA stands for Absolutely No-Nonsense Admin and is available to any self-employed creative freelancer or small business that wants help organising their finances, from invoices to expenses.
NB Studio has worked with Better Bankside to commission 45 creatives including Morag Myerscough, Alan Kitching and Supermundane to create colourful flags that will fly across Borough Market during London
Product designer Hans Ramzan has created a simple kit that costs only £4 to produce and allows patients to prick their own fingers to test for the disease.
The Creative Industries Federation has put together a guide offering businesses advice on how to tackle Brexit, if the UK is to leave the EU in March 2019 without a
The British National Formulary (BNF) is a printed catalogue of drugs for doctors, nurses and pharmacists, updated and released twice a year – now there’s an app version, making searching,
We speak to Kelly Mackenzie, founding director at White Bear Studio, about new initiative SHAPE, how hard it is to break into the industry without connections, and the need to
Figures show that 103,655 students took maths this year, while 51,900 took art, design and technology subjects.
The founder at creative networking platform and jobs site The Dots talks about why art and design skills should not be reserved for the middle class, and
A third of the exhibits in the political graphics show have been returned to the original designers after they requested their work back following the museum’s decision to host a
The tech giant is soon to release its adaptive controller, a gaming handset for those with limited mobility, and has also considered how to make it easy for people to
The National Disability Arts Collection and Archive (NDACA) was first thought up in the 1980s to celebrate the work of creative people with disabilities, and now spans
Over 30 artists, designers and activists have signed a letter to have their work pulled from the museum’s current political graphic design exhibition Hope to Nope, after it hosted a
Research shows that over half of designers have been to university, compared to a third of the UK workforce on a whole. We chat to Hilary Chittenden, senior foundation manager
Hunt has set up a new initiative which will see 60 objects from the V&A’s collections travel to regional museums in the Midlands and North of England, in a bid