As COVID-19 changes the events landscape, with delays to events as big as the Olympics, designers discuss how brands like Tokyo 2020 can adapt – and possibly even thrive.
The tech company is working with its supply chain to provide medical supplies where they are most needed around the world.
It is the first time that the sleek typographic logo, designed in the 1970s, has been used in almost thirty years.
The shortlist for this year’s awards – which celebrates the past year in illustration across books and journalism – has just been released.
Singapore’s TraceTogether app has been praised for slowing the spread of COVID-19 and the app has been made openly available, but will the UK follow suit?
Places have to rebrand for a number of reasons – from pandemics to poisonings – and there’s plenty to learn, from Salisbury to the Carribean.
As the coronavirus pandemic lockdown forces many to work outside of the studio setting they’ve grown used to, Design Week asks designers how they’re staying creative at home.
March has been full of disruption, so we’ve rounded up some of its most attention-diverting projects, from a Day-Glo crazy golf course to a sushi-inspired lamp.
The device was “reverse-engineered” with the help of clinicians at UCLH and aims to reduce the need for ventilators and demand on intesive care units.
The Easy Record Maker comes with blank discs for people to record their own musical creations, and has in-built speakers to play it back.
Our guide to the creative-centered services have been set up in light of coronavirus – offering design inspiration, skill development and careers advice.
The first prototype of CURA is being built in Milan – an epicentre for Italy’s COVID-19 outbreak – and should be ready within weeks.