PriestmanGoode has reworked a train seat so that it can hold bikes in place, thereby creating distance on trains and lessening pressure on public transport.
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“If you told me 60 days ago that I’d be on video calls eight hours straight from home, I’d have been like, there’s no way,” Mark Spates says of the
James Dyson has revealed information about electric vehicle project, which was scrapped last year, which was an SUV model with a “hologram” dashboard.
US-based Sum Studio is looking to address the “supply chain bottleneck” caused by the pandemic with the nature-inspired “Xylinum” transparent mask.
Bike company VanMoof was supposed to unveil its new models live, but COVID-19 made that impossible. Instead design studio Resn created a virtual launch.
We take a look at the design concepts that seek to purify our domestic (and office) spaces, with a new urgency post-coronavirus.
New “queue management” designs from Philips look to Android technology to implement two-metre social distancing regulations in retail settings.
Bluebell InTouch is an extension of the company’s baby monitoring kit, which hopes to provide a “revolution in social care”.
The coronavirus has brought attention to the shortage of PPE in the UK, but there are other issues with protective equipment.
Put the world’s designers in lockdown and this is what they come up with.
Even before COVID-19, design studios were looking to implement virtual reality solutions, but lockdown has added renewed relevance to the effort.
Three new concept designs from Bath-based studio Matter aim to engage more women in positive cervical screening experiences by taking the process out of the doctor’s surgery and into the
Dyson’s CoVent design had not yet received approval from the UK’s medical regulatory body as the demand for ventilators decreased.
A hand sanitiser brand has been set up in South London to help communities who have been financially affected by coronavirus.
You can get wine, laundry capsules and deodorant posted through your letterbox now, and it’s testing traditional ideas of product and packaging design.
Bas Timmer’s Sheltersuit was designed to protect homeless people from the elements but soon grew into a business, which fuses circular economy and social design principles.
Manufacturers including Mercedes-Benz and Airbus have produced valves, using 3D printers, to help those needing ventilator treatment.
Prioritising audiences, design and innovative game mechanics, modern tabletop gaming has surged in popularity in recent years, and the current coronavirus lockdown is only bolstering this trend.
LEGO has enchanted all ages with sets from the magical worlds of Harry Potter to the sci-fi settings of Star Wars. We speak to the people behind the bricks.
Designed by Morrama studio, Wild is a compostable refill deodorant that takes aim at the cosmetic industry’s waste problem.
The man behind the updated Mini, Fiat 500 and BMW X5 turns his eye to a completely different design project: the baby seat.
The tech company is working with its supply chain to provide medical supplies where they are most needed around the world.
The device was “reverse-engineered” with the help of clinicians at UCLH and aims to reduce the need for ventilators and demand on intesive care units.
The Easy Record Maker comes with blank discs for people to record their own musical creations, and has in-built speakers to play it back.