Designs of the Year

Designs of the Year 2014 show opens

The Design Museum’s Designs of the Year show opened last night. As usual, there’s an eclectic array of projects, from the worthy to the quirky, but it’s difficult to spot a frontrunner for the big prize

GOV.UK wins at Designs of the Year

Last night it was announced that GOV.UK, the UK government’s single online domain designed by the Government Digital Service, has won the Design of the Year 2013

Design Museum’s Designs of the Year 2013

The Design Museum’s Designs of the Year show is its usual eclectic self, marrying the gigantic (The Shard) with projects of more modest ambition. We pick out some highlights

The 50 best record sleeves of 2012

There’s been a lot of great record sleeve design this year, and Art Vinyl have collected together a shortlist of 50 of the best vinyl artworks in a new exhibition in London…

Olympic Torch wins Design of the Year

Barber Osberby’s London 2012 Olympic Torch has won the Design Museum’s Design of the Year prize for 2012. The Nokia Pure typeface by Dalton Maag won the Graphic Award while the Digital Award went to the Microsoft Kinect

The Design Museum’s Designs of the Year 2012

The Design Museum has announced its longlist for the Designs of the Year 2012 exhibition and, as with previous years, the difficult task of showcasing a whole year in design reveals both the strengths and weaknesses of such a process

D&AD Awards Winners 2011

Wieden + Kennedy’s Old Spice campaign was the big winner at this year’s D&AD Awards, picking up two Black Pencils out of the six awarded. There were Black Pencils too for the Plumen lightbulb, JWT New York, Arcade Fire’s Wilderness Downtown and the iPad. And Neville Brody was given the President’s Award