The company’s founder Sir James Dyson has suggested that the UK’s success will lie largely in fast-growing markets outside of Europe such as Asia.
Homelessness, public health and childcare are just some of the challenges six London boroughs are looking to tackle by taking part in the Design in the Public Sector scheme.
Find out who we’ve selected to be part of our panel of expert judges and remember you have until 29 March to enter the Design Week Awards.
The majority of clients still expect designers to free pitch, a new book of 500 influential designs is released, and Pentagram creates branding for Pink Floyd Records – the news from the last seven days.
Columnist and freelance illustrator Ben Tallon talks about how designers and other creative professionals are being priced out of London – and this is to the capital city’s own detriment.
The What Clients Think 2017 report surveys over 450 design clients, and shows that while the majority do not expect to pay for pitches, nearly 90% see design as important to their brand.
Including Aldi’s take on “contemporary” with its new visual identity, and Royal Mail’s David Bowie tribute stamps – which were quite literally launched into space.
A look at the Government’s 2017 Budget, an argument for public sector design and new branding for V Festival – the important news from the last seven days.
We recently looked at anti-Trump protesters’ hand-made placards – now we ask designers to talk about their own biggest acts of protest.
In the follow-up to International Women’s Day, we ask designers and industry experts about the main challenges they think women working in design face today.
The NHS sparked controversy when it announced that trusts would need to spend resources enforcing a new set of branding guidelines. We look at why design in public services should not be underestimated.
Rick Haythornthwaite takes over from Sir John Sorrell, who founded the organisation representing the creative sectors in 2014.
The Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection has issued a tender for a nine-metre concrete wall structure along the two countries’ border, with the initial proposal deadline set for 20 March.
A new Canadian design documentary, a comeback for the Nokia 3310 and a digital strategy from the UK Government – the design news of the last seven days.
The National Health Service (NHS) has new compulsory rules around logo placement, typeface and colour usage, which have allegedly sparked anger from hospital managers under pressure to save money.
Culture secretary Karen Bradley has announced the Government’s digital strategy, which looks to improve the UK public’s digital skills and teach more school children how to code.
Emojis, peaches and flaming globes – we attended the latest London rally opposed to President Trump’s UK state visit and spoke to protesters about the placards they had created.
Sadiq Khan has drawn up a proposal detailing that “a global centre of excellence for the creative industries” should be developed along the Thames Estuary.
Women in Lambeth and Southwark can now order the contraceptive pill online and receive it in 24 hours, following a “short but robust” health assessment.
The latest figures from UCAS show 17,000 fewer students have chosen to take creative subjects this year compared to 2016. Designers and academics tell us why this has happened.