Using VR technology and found materials, this year’s Shangri-La hopes to highlight the power of community, explains creative director Kaye Dunnings.
Read about digital and technology-focused projects from consultancies and digital studios, including user experience (UX), website and app design.
As part of our coverage of 2022’s graduate season, we’re talking with a selection of graduates from around the UK about their work, practice and future plans.
The new branding includes a varied colour palette, “flexible” typeface, and “friendly” illustrations.
It is set to run at The London Festival of Architecture and aims to offer an impartial representation of hostile architecture.
Minigolf, Mogwai, and magazines dedicated to letters are some of the past month’s design stand-outs.
Through tailored content and a simple colour palette, the Aura app aims to be considerate of its users’ journey through IVF.
Among our highlights for the month are Birmingham Design Festival and Salone del Mobile, and a talk about magazine design.
Design Partners researcher Anusia Grennell shares insight into the world of musical instrument design and tips on establishing a more inclusive approach.
Pearson Lloyd’s Tom Lloyd considers why the metaverse is offputting for many and how the barriers to entry might be lowered.
A blend of pop culture references and 3D textures have been used to brand the new youth-focused editorial platform.
Fellow has created the identity for Kleo, based on the idea that people can “be anywhere” when they’re using the app.
Big Motive content designer Rachel Orr looks at where the dangers are and shares tips for designers on how to design digital services which help protect children.
Folklore-inspired craft beers to a lighting project at a children’s hospital ward are among some of our favourite projects from the past month.
The impact investing app previously known as Tickr has a new name and look – all inspired by a world some 3,000 years in the future.
Citizens across Britain will be able to engage first-hand with new plans for small and medium stations via virtual reality pop-ups in May.
Else partner and chief design officer Dave Dunlop heads to SXSW Conference where he finds ethics and real human connection are taking precedent over hype trends.
There’s plenty on offer for design lovers this month – from in-person craft events to the reopening of a gallery crucial to British art history.
We consult designers working to produce digital furniture, lighting and spaces to find out where the opportunities are.
Digital design studio Superposition has developed the visualisation in partnership with Amnesty International, as part of its “Ban The Scan” campaign.
Featuring some of the biggest names in music, the stage was designed by Devlin to look like five adjoining house parties.
The London-based studio has developed the name, branding and technology behind Finds, which allows users to sell their clothes using video uploads.
Secret Shelter Challenge is designed to let children access an area currently off-limits to them: the subterranean Clapham South bomb shelter.
Everyday stamps, which are known as “definitive stamps”, have changed very little since the design was introduced in 1967.
We look back on some impactful graphics work, a self-heating lunchbox and more.