Product Design

Love! Inspire! Be loud! It’s CR’s August/September issue

This is our second bimonthly issue of Creative Review, and at 164 pages it’s packed to the gills with delights, including Grayson Perry on rigour, Ben Terrett on the importance of trusting your team, James Lavelle, Vitra, Monument Valley II and how Generation Z is coming to shake up creativity…

Wagamama at 25

Wagamama turns 25 this year. We look at the role design has played in its success – and speak to head of insight Stuart Wright and head of brand Joss Bynoe about what’s next for the Japanese-inspired restaurant chain

Black and Gold: Kontrapunkt’s minimal packaging for Carlsberg

Danish design agency Kontrapunkt’s minimal cans for Carlsberg Black Gold Pilsner are designed to look as if they have been “dipped in black”. Cans feature a two-colour design and a matt black top and ring pull. Black Gold has a slightly higher alcohol percentage and a more “intense” flavour than regular Carlsberg. Kontrapunkt says the design […]

Co-locating on projects with clients: a guide from Made by Many

Face-to-face contact with clients improves productivity and helps build strong relationships – if it’s done right. But if it’s done wrong, it leads to low energy levels, impairs productivity, and reduces the likelihood that a project will deliver against its objectives. Made by Many’s Peter Parkes shares their tips for success

ROLI’s Seaboard BLOCK: The new piano?

Speaking at creative symposium Brilliant Minds in Stockholm today, Roland Lamb, founder of music technology ROLI, revealed its latest product – a £279 keyboard that aims to make learning an instrument easier and more accessible

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