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Design Museum announces Designs of the Year 2015 category winners

The Design Museum has announced the category winners in its 2015 Designs of the Year awards. The list features some brilliantly inventive projects, but it also raises the question of whether the scheme’s current categories are really relevant.

Miguel Fluxà of Camper talks design, creativity and family

Opening this week at the Design Museum in London is an exhibition celebrating 40 years of Spanish shoe brand Camper, looking at everything from its manufacturing processes to its playful use of design in its marketing and stores. We spoke to CEO Miguel Fluxà about the role of creativity in the company, and why it remains a family-run business…

Your health in your hands

Wearables linked to online systems could put designers at the heart of a revolution in healthcare. Patrick Burgoyne asks where this ‘self-care’ movement is taking us

CR April issue: creativity in health

Creative Review’s April issue looks at creativity, design and innovation in healthcare, from extraordinary prosthetic limbs, to public health advertising, the impact of health tech and how artists, illustrators and designers are transforming hospitals

Your health in your hands

Wearable devices linked to online systems and clinicians could put designers at the heart of a revolution in healthcare. As the AXA PPP Health Tech & You exhibition launches at the Design Museum, we ask where this ‘self-care’ movement is taking us and if we are ready for what it means

Offset 2015 day one: Annie Atkins, Hey, Barber & Osgerby & more

The first day of Dublin creative conference Offset featured an inspiring insight into graphic design for filmmaking from Annie Atkins, plus talks from Hey Studio, Barber & Osgberby’s Edward Barber, Ian Anderson and Rory Hamilton, creative director at Dublin agency Boys And Girls.

Designs of the Year 2015: the nominations

The Design Museum has announced the nominations for Designs of the Year 2015. As always, it’s a diverse list, with projects ranging from a hand painted visual identity to microchips that mimic living organs…

Rebranding Kalashnikov: would you?

It’s been hailed as a design classic, and blamed for the deaths of millions. Now Kalashnikov and its parent company has announced a rebrand and an ambition to become as big as Apple. Would you help them?

All you need to know

All type, one weight and one point size – but this minimal poser design for the annual Pentagram LEcture by the late Alan Fletcher is full of information. By Paul Belford

CR December: The Photography Annual

December’s CR is a double issue and features our Photography Annual, 80-pages of the best in editorial, advertising, fashion, stock and personal work

Crafts Council launches Education Manifesto

The Crafts Council has today launched a new education manifesto urging schools to put craft and making at the heart of the curriculum and build more routes into craft careers.

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