As designers and interns reveal what they’ve learnt from a year of virtual work placements, we look at why they may be here to stay.
Following the Duke of Edinburgh’s passing, we look back at his contribution to design including the long-running designers prize that bears his name.
Incentivised apps would use financial rewards to increase levels of physical activity and improve dietary choices among adults.
Kinneir Dufort CEO Merle Hall talks inequality in industrial design, untapped business potential and the studio’s new female-centred department.
There’s plenty to do in the upcoming weeks, from central London light installations to tiny treehouse building sessions for children.
The new design honours the achievements of the WWII codebreaker and “confirms his status as one of the most iconic LGBT+ figures in the world”.
Danish behavioural design expert Morten Münster discusses the discipline’s potential, Obama’s voting election strategy and office life post-Covid.
Among other findings, results from the What Clients Think 2021 survey gives evidence to the idea “clients don’t always know what they want until they see it”.
Designed by Siemens Mobility, the Inspiro boasts in-train air conditioning and will consume 20% less energy than the existing fleet from the 1970s.
The German car designer turned CEO discusses Polestar’s design “secrets and mysteries”, driving less and the importance of unexpected collaborations.
To mark this year’s World Book Day – which celebrates reading for pleasure among schoolkids – we asked designers to pick their favourite children’s books.
London studio Spaceagency has developed the wayfinding and signage system for the international event with the help of local craftspeople.