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.
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…
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
The Design Museum’s annual Designs of the Year exhibition opens to the public tomorrow – as always, it’s a fascinating show, but a challenging one to put together.
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
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.