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How design can be used to keep kids safe online and off

Both online and off, keeping young people safe is a priority most people share, but as the NSPCC reports, many of the risk factors associated child endangerment have been exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic. Keeping children safe requires a slew of safeguarding tools and systems. Increasingly, designers are finding that their work can be an important...

Collins rebrands OpenWeb to “de-troll” digital discourse

Collins has rebranded audience relationship platform OpenWeb to aid the company in its mission to “improve online conversations”. Founded in 2012, OpenWeb is platform which can be used by publishers to host conversations and comments on their online content. Used already by the likes of Hearst, Yahoo! And News Corp, the company has a particular focus...

Healthcare start-up Galileo’s identity based on expertise not “friendly clichés”

New York-based design studio Athletics has designed the identity for healthcare start-up Galileo, with “resonant, emotional” details. US-based Galileo is a subscription-based service which offers patients consultations with doctors through its app. Members can seek clinical advice and renew their prescriptions on the platform. https://centaur-wp.s3.eu-central-1.amazonaws.com/designweek/prod/...

Visa unveils new brand identity system following logo reveal

Global payments company Visa has revealed a new brand identity system, following the unveiling of a new wordmark last year. Visa, which was established more than 60 years ago, says the adoption of a new visual identity is in anticipation of “the future of commerce”, which it predicts will be mostly digital. Because so many people still associate the...

Design in 2022 – what will exhibition design look like?

Wondrous escapism I suspect, as we find ways to celebrate what it means to be alive and human. The cultural landscape has changed, however. We need to be more aware of who is represented and how our work will impact the planet. We can’t be lazy or sloppy. Exhibitions need to be clever, witty and make a statement. They need to be worth leaving the house...

Paul Priestman to leave PriestmanGoode

Paul Priestman has announced he will be leaving PriestmanGoode in March 2022 to “start a new venture”. Priestman co-founded the industrial design studio with Nigel Goode in 1989, and worked on projects across the sectors of transport, infrastructure, product and hospitality Goode will succeed Priestman as chairman of the studio. Design directors Daniel...

Design in 2022 – what will retail design look like?

The last few years have forced a reset on the way we approach our day to day. We also live in a globalised society that can ill afford to be inward in our approach to problem solving. There is no ‘one size fits all’ and the opportunities that arise from a new outlook has the potential to create meaningful propositions that enrich people’s lives and...

The UK’s Intellectual Property Office wants your thoughts on design protections

The government’ Intellectual Property Office (IPO) is seeking the views of designers as it conducts a review of how designs are protected in the UK. A survey has been developed by the office. It proceeds a call for more in-depth views, which will be published at some point before April. According to the IPO, the survey is aimed at designers, design-led...

What will branding look like in 2022?

After two years of the global pandemic and subsequent restrictions that we have all lived through, I think people are ready for some serious stimulation and branding bravery. Where wordmarks and flat design has played on the “less is more, no logo” approach, we will find ourselves entering a world of visual maximalism. Layering, textures, metallics,...

Microsoft and A_DA rebuild Ancient Olympia for new AR experience

Microsoft and New York-based experience design studio A_DA have returned the site of the first Olympic Stadium to its former glory using AI and augmented reality (AR). The Ancient Greek sanctuary of Olympia birthed the Olympic Games more than 2,000 years ago. It was also the site of the 41-metre-high Statue of Zeus, designed and built by the famed Greek...

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