On the centenary of women’s suffrage in the UK, we look at the female designers who have made an impact on everything from graphics to textiles over the past 100
Women in design
To mark 100 years since women were first given the vote, we celebrate the achievements of female designers.
This year marks 100 years since women aged over 30 were given the vote – Cambridge University Library is celebrating the occasion with a new exhibition showcasing previously-unseen political protest
Supple Studio has designed eight stamps telling the story of the women’s suffrage movement and celebrating 100 years of the female vote.
In her first column, Kerning the Gap founder Nat Maher looks at how female designers face career progression challenges and lack of exposure – an inequality that was revealed to
French graphic artist Camille Walala is known for brightening up public spaces with her patterns. We visit her latest installation at London’s Now Gallery; an interactive, disorientating maze that encourages visitors to
New York designer Louise Fili has made a career of finding elegant design solutions often influenced by European Modernism and a love affair with food, but when it comes to
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Last week, British road and motorway signage icon Margaret Calvert spoke at a D&AD lecture – we’ve put together some key pieces of insight to take away from the talk
Since setting up Studio Myerscough in 1993, Morag Myerscough has brightened up hospital wards, schools and countless public spaces with her artwork. We speak to the designer about the need
Candid, frank and outspoken, industrial designer Jongerius thinks designers need to create products that are more valuable and less ephemeral. She also thinks that designers need to take control and