Finland's innovative capital, Helsinki could be likened to a bumblebee; small, ebullient, and packing a punch well beyond its weight. A design punch in Helsinki's case.
The nitty-gritty policy work that the Crafts Council does on behalf of the craft sector is not perhaps as glamorous as high profile exhibitions like the recent Power of Making at the V&A (their second most popular exhibition in the last ten years). However - it plays a vital role in how craft is perceived across government.
By now, you will have bought your Christmas cards and will be settling down to enjoy the cards around you. Have you ever
Once upon a time, not that long ago, there lived a great number of creative agencies that believed that the art of story
Obviously the best work doesn't always co-depend on technology. A great tagline is still a very effective advertising technique. Having said that one can argue that it is in fact completely co-dependent as the alphabet is one of the best technology the human race has ever created.
Biofashion hit the catwalk in Colombia as models paraded down the catwalk wearing unique 'eco-friendly' designs by national
Understanding how digital technology can best support young people around issues of mental health is a challenging area of study, and equally so when it becomes the centre of a design process to create new resources and tools - but that's what the Innovation Labs are aiming to do with support from Comic Relief, Right Here and Nominet Trust.
The design team at Planet Earth Plc gathered this weekend to launch the 7,000,000,000th new product in its 4.5 billion year history of innovative designs for its enduringly popular Homo Sapiens range.
Every home has one but bathrooms are often overlooked when it comes to well thought through design and attention to detail.
It was only a matter of time before Cheryl Cole made her foray into the fashion world, and now that she's no longer got that