Even before COVID-19 was declared a pandemic, the UK was gripped by a health crisis. It also has the highest levels of interregional inequality than any other large wealthy country. Design has a vital role to play in improving our nation’s health and wellbeing. Through the development of better places, products and processes that work well for everyone, we can help create a healthier and happier nation.

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Design for Health & Wellbeing Conversely, good health and wellbeing makes us thrive. It is the thing every parent wishes for most for their children. It makes us get out of bed in the morning, be able to contribute to making the world a better place. It makes us feel good, smile, laugh and connect. Conversely, good health and wellbeing makes us thrive. It is the thing every parent wishes for most for their children.

Feature — 17/04/2020

Delivering urban quality, time to get serious Sarah Weir OBE joined other leaders in urban design at the launch event of a new pamphlet Delivering Urban Quality, Time to Get Serious – published by the Place Alliance on behalf of a consortium made up of Design Council, Academy of Urbanism, Civic Voice, CPRE, Place Alliance, Trees and Design... Sarah Weir OBE joined other leaders in urban design at the launch event of a new pamphlet Delivering Urban Quality, Time to Get Serious.

News — 26/05/2020

Insights from Twitter's design team on adapting through the COVID-19 pandemic Our Senior Digital Manager was interested in exploring the recent increased use of Social Media, and more specifically, how their internal teams were using other design-led initiatives to transform ways of working. Our Senior Digital Manager was interested in exploring the recent increased use of Social Media.

News — 15/05/2020