As part of our series exploring countries’ design cultures, we look at how the island nation’s close-knit community is intent on challenging tradition.
News, views and analysis on the latest product and industrial design stories, covering transport, tech products and homewares.
This free-to-access report by Design Week in partnership with Framer is the first global survey commissioned to investigate the benefits and effectiveness of digital prototyping.
The studio’s Renew concept aims to create phones that are “upgradable” rather than replaceable, which could have financial and environmental benefits.
We speak with Usha Raghavachari, director of D-Ford’s London innovation lab, about human-centred design, getting to know customers in forensic detail, and calling “babies” ugly.
The Italian car company has revealed a new symbol, range of badges and wordmark as part of a “contemporary” restyling of the brand.
The top national prize for the UK has been awarded to a solution that aims to reduce the amount of microplastic air pollution caused by car tyres.
We speak to a principal Samsung designer to find out how the company is using advancements in tech to create “meaningful” changes in consumers’ lives.
Designers have been paying tribute to the late designer, who was responsible for creating and popularising many of the home comforts we’ve come to love.
Nolii wants to change the way people buy and view tech accessories through an emphasis on smarter design and sustainable materials.
Urbancoolab has designed an AI programme that has studied and replicated the style of the late Jean-Michel Basquiat, but what this could mean for the future of creativity?
Es Devlin, Paula Scher and Neri Oxman are among the line up for this year’s Global Design Forum, with panels, discussions and workshops taking place online.
The tender will award contracts to up to 12 different suppliers, with work covering digital platforms and infrastructure, product development and data services.
The Jengu hand-washing station is designed to help stop the spread of COVID-19 as children return to the classroom from their lockdown learning and summer holidays.
From an online carnival, to coronavirus solutions and a peaceful reimagining of violent flags, designers’ creative offerings in August were diverse. Here’s what caught our eye.
The Bygglek collection aims to “remove the barriers to plays in daily life” and create a product that people of all ages can enjoy.
Branded as a “wearable air purifier”, the soon-to-be launched product aims to make “breathing effortless” with two HEPA filters.
We speak to three experts in the field to find out why video games and medicine go hand in hand, and how a COVID game could help our response to
The new device features the company’s signature bright colours, and is designed for children to “build and learn as they go”.
The London-based design outfit focuses exclusively on football – here, they talk fan loyalty, psychedelia and bad club merch.
Wanting to challenge the existing wheelchairs on the market, London-based Centaur Robotics has developed a two-wheeled personal electronic vehicle for the elderly.
The online platform has been designed in collaboration with campaign group A Plastic Planet and aims to encourage plastic-free product design.
Graduate season is in full swing now, so we’ve rounded up our favourite projects from the most recently opened online showcases.
As part of our series looking at in-house design teams, we talk to a graphic designer at the Royal Mint about designing new coins, Paddington Bear and the value of
Hamish Smyth and Jesse Reed are developing a new online platform that will help designers to create guidelines and clients to follow them properly.