The ScotlandsPeople service, a family history platform run by National Records of Scotland, is being overhauled, with web designers sought to work on the project.
Exhibition designers are being sought to work on the planned £24 million Plymouth International History Centre in the heart of the city.
The Design Museum is calling for recently graduated designers to apply for next year’s Designers in Residence programme.
Westminster City Council is looking to use service design to tackle issues around the borough such as employment skills and emergency service integration.
A £300,000 pot of funding is being launched to find innovative new physical product designs in the UK.
The Victoria & Albert Museum in London is looking to overhaul its online presence and create a platform that “befits our global reputation [and] puts our online visitors at its heart”.
Sellafield nuclear plant is seeking to appoint designers to a four-year framework worth £2 million-£3 million.
London’s National Maritime Museum is seeking a web design consultancy as it looks to overhaul its website.
The Royal Mint is seeking “exhibition design and management services” as part of its plan to open a visitor centre at its South Wales headquarters in 2016.
The University of Central Lancashire says it is looking to appoint branding, graphic and digital designers to a new four-year framework.
A £50,000 contract is on offer in a drive to find new products or services to improve the lives of disabled people.
Engineering group the Centre for Process Innovation is looking to work with designers and the aerospace industry to realise windowless planes, which project the outside view onto the inside of a fuselage lined with flexible screens.