On behalf of the US government, Span studio has created the new branding for the invasive fish species.
The effects of government policy on the design industry, from Brexit to election manifestos – plus a light-hearted look at protest art and political campaigns.
As war rages, Ukrainian designers are reorganising their work to spread messages of hope, accurate information, and provide logistical support.
As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine escalates, Kyiv-based designer Katerina Korolevtseva discusses her experience and shares how designers are using their skills to show the world what is happening.
Following the release of the white paper last week, we asked design experts to comment on how they feel the government’s plans will affect the industry.
Ahead of the publishing of his new book, designer and educator Carl DiSalvo talks about how design can be used to strengthen communities.
Culture secretary Nadine Dorries and Labour leader Keir Starmer both took to the stage at Creative Coalition to set out their vision for the creative industries.
The evidence and views received during this call will help the government office inform future policy and make changes where needed.
Designers are being asked to fill out a survey and share their views on how designs are protected in the UK.
The new year brings with it updated publishing catalogues – here are some books to look out for, covering topics like mid-century design and end-of-the-world government communications.
The set designer has produced work for the likes of Beyoncé, Kanye West and Adele and more recently has turned her focus to the environment.
With the Design Council’s flagship festival dedicated to fighting climate change wrapping up last week, we speak to CEO Minnie Moll about next steps.
The two cities will assume the mantle in 2024, following in the footsteps of former title holders including Lille Metropole, Taipei, Mexico City and Cape Town.
By shifting the focus towards storytelling, designers can reposition their own work and thereby effect change in consumers.
Designers need to consider how products are made, not just where they end up, according to designer Sophie Thomas.
The designer talks to us about a living conference hall she has designed for COP26 and how designers can help empower people to make meaningful environmental decisions.
A mix of in-person and online events are planned for November, keeping you inspired and up-to-speed with everything from sustainability to commercial interiors.
The consultation is seeking evidence and views on the extent to which patents and copyright should protect inventions and creative works made by AI.
Sunak’s spending review pledges to move the country on from the pandemic, with some business tax relief planned, but question marks remain over the impact of cost of living increases.
Having won an award for services to design education, we chat to the designer about why craft isn’t as important as we might think, and why recycling is a con.
A pot of nearly £2 million has been set aside as part of the Transport Research and Innovation Grant 2021 programme, which has four challenges to address.