Sorrell, who founded the Creative Industries Federation in 2014, will be giving up his role as chairman by 2017.
From a shortlist of logos for the Mozilla rebrand, to the launch of Oculus Rift in the UK, we round up the important design news from the last seven days.
The Culture, Media and Sport Committee has launched an online inquiry where the public can submit their thoughts on how Brexit will affect the creative industries.
A round-up of moves, changes and appointments in the design world.
The six selected teams – including Adjaye Associates and AL_A – for the Illuminated River International Design Competition will now create concept lighting schemes for 17 bridges in London.
Last week, we reported on recent research showing there has been a 10% drop in school students taking design and technology at GCSE compared to last year. This follows a more long-term trend, with research from Warwick University revealing that between 2003 and 2013, there was a 50% drop in the number of pupils taking the subject.
As the EBacc qualification is also soon to be made compulsory, we ask – how can we encourage students to take on creative subjects?
As the designer responsible for the likes of bands including Yes and Uriah Heep’s album artworks releases a set of six stamps for the Isle of Man Post Office, we speak to him about how the collection came to fruition.
The DBA’s head of services Adam Fennelow considers when designers should write and when they should call on the services of professional writers.
This coming month you can catch a new installation by Wolfgang Buttress at Wirksworth Festival, or explore this year’s London Design Festival, including talks hosted by the Design Week team.
From a £350 million Governement re-roster, to an open-source rebranding concept for not-for-profit software company Mozilla, we round up the important design news from the last seven days.
The continued decline in uptake is expected to continue, as the EBacc qualification becomes compulsory at GCSE-level this year.
We recently wrote about an immersive theatrical dining experience based on Roald Dahl’s The Twits, and a stage show version of popular Nintendo game Dragon Quest. In light of this, we asked designers which books, games and films they would like to see translated into a visitor experience?