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The latest project work from design studios across the UK, including rebrands, product launches, app redesigns and new exhibition spaces.
As the car brand introduces a new badge for the first time since 2001, we look back at how Mini’s identity has changed over the last five decades.
The AI research team now forms part of Google’s Beijing office, and will be working with the tech company’s engineering teams.
Games and augmented reality features for children sit alongside artificial intelligence features for parents, who can ask questions to find out about their child’s progress.
The winning entry of the product design competition will be awarded £3,000, while a further £2,000 will go to the university they study at.
The West Midlands city has been awarded £3 million, and will host a year-long series of events that will encompass art, design, theatre and more.
The project is being led by a team of scientists at Cardiff University, and will look at how sensors embedded in products such as bikes could allow manufacturers to correct
Car-pooling concept Moia is set to launch in Germany in 2018, and will be able to carry up to six individual passengers at a time.
The seven-floor office has been designed by architectural practice Frank Gehry, and includes a tech start-up hub called Ldn_Lab.
The exhibition will take over London’s Somerset House during September 2018, and will see installations from countries including the UK and Israel.
The app has been redesigned in-house, and now has different sections for photos and videos from users’ friends and content created by publishers such as the New York Times.
The charity’s new identity has been designed by Offthetopofmyhead, and features a “starburst”-inspired “K” symbol and vibrant colour palette.
New York-based studio Order has created a new visual identity for the crowdfunding platform, which sees a “bulkier” word marque and a darker green and black colour palette introduced.
The global design consultancy’s New York office has given the charity a new visual identity, in a bid to help its mission of protecting children from sexual abuse online.
The colourful creations from the likes of Bompas & Parr and Morag Myerscough will be sold as part of an online raffle, with all the profits being donated to the
The Future Starts Here explores the advantages and perils of ever-advancing technology and product design, from artificial intelligence to 3D-printing and cryogenic freezing.
BrandOpus has created the identity and packaging for Scrubd, which aims to reflect changing attitudes towards male grooming.
The development is the first commercial project from the car brand’s Mini Living offshoot, and will include apartments, workspaces and services such as car-sharing.
An upcoming exhibition at the University of Oxford’s Bodleian Libraries will highlight the origins of English graphic design as spearheaded by scribes, engravers and painters during this period.
7-Inches for Planned Parenthood has released a compilation vinyl boxset featuring original work from the likes of designer Shepard Fairey and musician Björk to raise money for the charity.
The cans feature the artist’s famous toucan and lobster illustrations, created during his four-decade-long association with the brand.
Marina Willer has brought the travelling exhibition to life with colourful, storyboard style graphics, while Jody Hudson-Powell and Luke Powell have created a motion-controlled robot installation.
Pearlfisher has redesigned the restaurant chain’s packaging for its takeaway service, with the aim of making it take up less space and enabling food to be shared more easily.
The museum is seeking design teams to restore its building in East London and reimagine the interiors, as part of a tender worth £200,000.