For three years now the AXA PPP Health Tech & You Awards have celebrated innovations in health tech; technology developments that help us live better and could change the way we think about healthcare. This year’s awards were announced last week, in a ceremony at London’s Design Museum and included apparel that improves the senses and a video game for seniors.
Although supermarkets still account for a relatively small share of food sales in India, their impact is already distorting customer expectations and forcing traditional vendors to change the way they operate and display their wares
Google Design Advocate Mustafa Kurtuldu has initiated a YouTube and podcast series aimed at improving understanding between designers and developers
When Alan Yau launched Hakkasan in 2001, he wanted to transform perceptions of Chinese food. Sixteen years later, it is a global brand with 13 restaurants world-wide and nightclubs in Las Vegas. Lucy Wright, Director of Brand Creative at Hakkasan Group, talks to CR about the secret to its success and the minimal but opulent design approach adopted by Hakkasan and sister brands Yauatcha, HKK and Sake No Hana
Do you trust robots? Do we really need them? Are they our friends or our enemies? These are the questions at the heart of Hello Robot, a new show at Germany’s Vitra Design Museum that explores our complex relationship with smart technology
Seen by some as fusty, just for tourists, Christmas gifts or the elite, Fortnum & Mason presented some serious challenges for Customer Experience Director Zia Zareem-Slade. She tells CR how she set about updating one of the UK’s oldest and best-known brands
Creative festival Design Indaba returns to Cape Town next week with talks from designers, artists and digital entrepreneurs as well as a music, film and exhibition programme
Fans of fashion and art alike will delight in the latest iteration of Burberry’s pop-up event space Makers House, which sees sculptures by Henry Moore nestled among the brand’s new collection.
If one brand truly embodies the pure, democratic design principles of Germany’s Ulm School of the 1950s and 60s, it’s not Apple, or even Braun, but Muji