BHS has been reinvented as online retailer The British Home Store, with a focus on lighting, home furnishings and kitchenware.
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Networking and business platform Linkedin is rolling out a new desktop website design, with “cleaner” and “simpler” features.
Pantone has worked with consultancy Rokkan to design an app, which allows users to mimic the exact colour of real objects and access Pantone’s entire library of colours.
After the UK release of Pokémon Go last week, we asked game developers and designers how to get the best out of augmented reality gaming, and what it could look like in the future.
Instagram has redesigned its website, to bring it into line with its apps and encourage more use of the desktop version.
Geoff Lentin, business development manager at studio Naked Ideas, talks about the importance of audio logos and why designers should give brands a voice.
Apple will reveal Home in its latest iOS update, a connected home hub that will rival the likes of Hive, Nest and SmartThings.
Somerset House’s new exhibition on the work of Icelandic musician Björk explores the combined power of technology and music in creating emotional audience experiences.
Adobe has revealed its updates to Creative Cloud for 2016, which include new co-editing capabilities and automation with the aim of making its programs more accessible and easier to use.
The Hive Active Light is the latest in a portfolio of connected home products from British Gas company Hive, and will allow users to schedule their lights via a smartphone app.