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The Nike Flight ball is the result of an eight-year investigation from the Nike Equipment Innovation Lab, and the final of 68 iterations.
The Sustainable Innovation fund will help keep “cutting-edge projects and ideas alive” as we exit the pandemic, according to the government.
The product designer found wild success with ride-on children’s suitcases and is now delving deeper into his career – and its challenges – in a new book.
In a bid to reduce the environmental impact of our diets, without missing out on essential protein, BeoBia has designed an at-home mealworm farm.
Headline-grabbing rebrands of Uncle Ben’s and Aunt Jemima show change in brand-land, but a real overhaul requires sustained effort from the design world.
New York design studio ThoughtMatter is behind the updated look, with creative director Ben Greengrass having devised the original identity back in 2005.
The Royal Society of Arts has unveiled the winners of its 96th annual Student Design Awards – here are the projects that caught our eye.
The Class of 2020 has had an unprecedented end to their university careers but the work from this year’s grad shows impresses all the same – here’s our favourites so
The new look has been led by Design Studio, and includes a revised colour palette, new graphic devices, an updated tone of voice and motion principles.
The week-long celebration will see the museum dive into its official Glastonbury archive to highlight 50 years’ worth of festival fashion, sounds, stages and memories.
Yale, which sells a range of digital security products as well as traditional locks, needed a coherent global brand that balanced heritage and modernity.
The identity, which will be in place for the next three years, has been developed to “represent a range of countries and cultures, without resorting to cliché”.
The “capsule” – a partnership with Space Perspective – seeks to take people on a six-hour journey to 100,000 feet above Earth.
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Using AI, machine learning and ‘spatial intelligence’ technology, the design platform seeks to change how we interact with the spaces we live in.
Last month’s NASA-SpaceX mission was the most-watched online broadcast NASA has ever tracked – but how do you go about creative direction for a commercial rocket launch?
London design studio Interabang has created the special range which celebrates more than 60 years of the world’s most famous spy.
The Premier League returns this week after a three-month hiatus, prompted by the coronavirus pandemic – but how will broadcasters create an atmosphere with no fans?
The Creative Industries Federation has warned of a “cultural catastrophe” following the COVID-19 pandemic, with widespread job losses and revenue loss.
Harry Pearce has designed a new visual identity for the London department store, including a typeface named for the shop’s founder.
Despite a promise to “do whatever it takes” a Treasury select committee says many are unable to access help, with freelancers and the self-employed among the worst affected.
Yesterday marks three years since the west London fire that killed 72 people in their homes – this latest work for Justice4Grenfell aims to get victims’ names back on the
Given “overwhelming consensus” LDF will go ahead in September 2020, with a revised format featuring greater “online activity” and focus on the “local”.
The competition’s winning entrant will receive ?5,000, plus support to develop the idea alongside industry leaders and the Department for International Trade.
Designers from the New York Times and The Atlantic magazine talk online projects, creating “cinematic” experiences and what print can learn from digital.
The project, which includes updates to the logo, visual identity, packaging and touchpoints, is the first ever global masterbrand for the 151-year-old company.
Roope has set up Reset Sessions with Hanisha Kotecha, a “pop-up consultancy” which aims to help brands adapt to crises and beyond.
This is the second exhibition design tender launched by the museum for its new West Smithfield site, which has been designed by Stanton Williams and Asif Khan.
Mammoth has created the identity for the tournament, the first world cup to feature men’s, women’s and wheelchair versions of the sport at the same time.
Some 129 Pencils have been awarded in this first stage, across the competition’s Impact, Side Hustle, Next and Craft categories.