In his latest column Patrick Burgoyne discusses his concerns around the marketisation of education, why it isn’t producing industry-ready professionals and how we can change this
Ten years ago, Nick Hussey set up cycling apparel brand Vulpine, which experienced a meteoric rise before a devastating bust. We talk to him about recovery, and what is different in his new offering, Frahm
With tuition fees at an all-time high, some young creatives are questioning the value of a university education and exploring alternatives. We talk to recent students – and to one tutor – about the value of the university experience for them
Our design correspondent Daniel Benneworth-Gray ponders the value of a university education. Is his work suffering because he didn’t do a formal design degree?
For her first advice column of 2019, our resident agony aunt Anna Higgs advises a reader with a passion for short film on how to turn her side hustle into a full-time job
Last week we invited our Twitter followers to send in any questions they may have about a career in design. Here are some of the questions that came in, and Oldham’s advice.
What started off as a single photography workshop has grown into a programme that creates viable opportunities for young people to work their way out of homelessness
Our August 2016 issue is packed full of help and advice for anyone starting out in the creative industry, whether you are a new graduate or thinking of launching a new business