Design Council’s purpose is to make life better by design. We are an independent charity and the government’s advisor on design. Our vision is a world where the role and value of design is recognised as a fundamental creator of value, enabling happier, healthier and safer lives for all. Through the power of design, we make better places, better products, better processes and better performance.
Video: Sadie Morgan – The youngest president of the Architectural...Sadie Morgan is a founding director at award winning architecture practice dRMM. Sitting in the communal gardens at Trafalgar Place, Sadie reflects on how her upbringing in a commune has impacted the way she approaches design, and how public and communal spaces were key to the development of this...In our fourth Leading Women in Design story, we spoke to Sadie Morgan, founding director at award winning architecture practice dRMM.
5 guerrilla design tactics for young businessesGil Kahana from ChattyFeet gives us some tips and tricks he would recommend for young, up and coming businesses.Gil Kahana from ChattyFeet gives us some tips and tricks he would recommend for young, up and coming businesses.
Design skills are not just for designers – Spark proves thisThis year, our product innovation programme Design Council Spark has seen an increase in successful applications from groups under-represented in the design industry and people without formal design education.This year, Spark has seen people with an unusually varied set of skills and backgrounds reach the final stages.
Placing design at the heart of the NPPFTo create radical, lasting reform the National Planning Policy Framework needs design at its heart.To create radical, lasting reform the National Planning Policy Framework needs design at its heart.
Jane Ni Dhulchaointigh: The female designer fixing our livesJane Ni Dhulchaointigh is the Irish mastermind behind Sugru – ‘the most exciting product since Sellotape’. Over a cup of tea in her company’s HQ in Hackney, east London, she shares her thoughts on reimagining education systems, diversity in design, dishwashers and funky clothes.In our fourth Leading Women in Design story, we spoke to Jane Ni Dhulchaointigh, inventor of 'the most exciting product since Sellotape...