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Issue 31 The feminine touch Is the technology gender gap closing and are products taking on a more feminine aesthetic? Tanya Weaver discovers the issues, views and implications surrounding this question.
Sit and enjoy Tessa Mansfield and Paula Zuccotti from the Foresight team of Seymourpowell review the highs and lows of Milan’s Salone del Mobile 2005. Taking Shape Liz Brown finds out how rapid prototyping technology is providing a French designer with new ways of thinking about design and new possibilities for ideas.
Issue 32 Watch this space Danish designer, Fredrick Rickmann, explains why he expects that Taiwan will become Asia’s design centre by 2015. Picture this Innovative software is bringing initial design concepts to life by visualising accurately the impact of complex print. Sam Visser reports. The Craft of Cymru As the state of Welsh rugby improves so does Welsh design thanks to Design Wales. Zoe Brigley reports.
Issue 33 Box Clever Tanya Weaver talks to two architects who have designed a £60,000 house and discovers what their views are on new build urban dwellings. Tunnel Vision A linear park bringing light into London’s viaducts won first prize in an international competition. Steve Welch reports. A Team effort Janet Shipton of the packaging partnership discusses packaging design and the importance of multi-disciplinary design teams.
Issue 34 User friendly According to Jeremy Myerson a big issue in industrial design now is how designers engage with the people who will use their products and services Designer DNA Tanya Weaver reports on the changes that Loughborough University is bringing to its product and industrial design programme 100% Materials Chris Lefteri talks about some of the inspiring materials that will be featured at this year's 100% Materials installation
Issue 35 Farmyard friends A new generation of eco-designer makers are leading the way in the field of ethical design says Fiona Sibley
A capital idea Juliet Bernard went along to the London Design Festival and writes about what she came across in the capital Labour of love Two British companies are leading the way in the baby products sector. Tanya Weaver reports
Issue 36 All for one An inclusive philosophy at all stages means better products for more people, says Ian Hosking and Kay Sinclair Making sense Five articles looking at new products and innovations for each of our five senses: sound, taste, sight, touch and smell Are you sitting comfortably? With new and bigger aircraft taking to the skies, more people will be flying than ever before. Adrian Stokes takes a look inside these flying machines
Issue 37 Honey, I shrunk the cleaner What appliances will fill our homes in 2020? Tanya Weaver takes a trip to the Electrolux headquarters in Sweden to find out Thought police Do intellectual property laws encourage innovation and competition - or stifle it? Fiona Sibley investigates Wired world Mark Delaney asks whether all the digital convergence around the mobile handset is a benefit or an intrusive burden
Issue 38 Driving ambition Mike Farish meets the chief designer of the new Citroen C6 - a five-door saloon described by the company as its "flagship" Making waves Tanya Weaver meets Danny Lane, an artist whose large-scale glass sculptures adorn many public spaces Metal morphosis Consumer purchasing is driven more and more by a product's environmental credentials and these include its packaging, says Tony Woods
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Issue 40 At your service Zoe Brigley explores the Design Council's new project in service design - Designs of the time 2007 Up to the challenge Fiona Sibley reports on new products and prototypes that have been borne out of inclusive design practice Putting down roots Tanya Weaver interviews the directors of a design consultancy who are committed to operating a carbon neutral company
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Issue 43 Up and coming At the New Designers exhibition, Tanya Weaver spent time mingling with graduates, tutors, sponsors and visitors More than meets the eye An evidence-based approach to user design research means better products and services for all Product & Industrial Design Consultancy Showcase 2006 Our annual showcase featuring the best products and projects from consultancies
Issue 44 London calling With a London tube map in hand, Tanya Weaver navigates herself around the capital in search of the best of the London Design Festival Broadening our horizons Juliet Bernard reports on the design of products for our future selves Seats in the city Paul Schilperoord explores new urban transport concepts
Issue 45 Wherefore art thou How a new temporary theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon is bringing actors and audiences closer together
Custom made The support and manufacturing processes available to designer makers Courses supplement 2006 A special supplement on design education
Issue 46 A to Zzzz… British Airways was the first airline to put a ‘bed in the sky’ and six years later it is back with its ‘Z bed’ Pure and simple A new initiative is bringing hidden Austrian design talent out from behind mountains and in valleys Enter the dragon Although many western designers view China as a threat, Gordon Bruce argues that a little understanding will go a long way
Issue 47 Space to breathe The sculptures displayed in the grounds of the Cass Sculpture Foundation on the Goodwood Estate in West Sussex
Food for thought Hannah Jeffery reports on the winners and finalists of the Electrolux Design Lab competition Industry growing pains Colum Menzies Lowe expresses his opinions on an industry that he feels hasn't fully grown up yet
Issue 48 Inside out Tanya Weaver discusses the ins and outs of Nissan's new C+C+Conran concept car Measure for measure Dan Buchner provides four ways in which companies can measure design
Education, courses & careers 2007 The bi-annual supplement focussing on design courses and education
Issue 49 Partners in crime What would happen if the design of prison buildings were left up to inmates and prison staff? Part and parcel Products that are designed for disassembly Ring the changes Over time inclusive design has become such a buzz word but, Susan Hewer now asks - what exactly has changed?
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Issue 51 Head Start No longer an emerging sector, the creative industries are now facing new challenges. Tanya Weaver reports
At your service Peter Tennent argues that although many airlines are updating or rolling out new interiors, the devil is in the detail Degree Show Supplement All you need to know about where you should go and what you should see at this year's various degree shows
Issue 52 Serves them right Service design is design but not as you know it. Oliver King explains Digital age Bill Moggridge, co-founder of IDEO, reveals why interaction design broadly means the design of everything digital Great scots In the highlands and lowlands of Scotland, Tanya Weaver discovers some truly great design talent
Issue 53 Ring the changes What has been the fastest ever decade of consumer demand, technology adoption, product design and information overload The way forward Andrew Baker discusses the importance of a people-centred design approach Destinations supplement newdesign asked a range of designers to comment on how design has or could be used to improve the holiday experience
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Issue 56 Baltic takeaway Aimed at exploring what designers need to know for the future, Roberto Fraquelli reveals what he took away from the recent InterSections conference Wasted opportunities Hayley Dixon argues that a people-centred design approach to recycling at home and within communities can really motivate consumers to recycle
Tools of the trade Tanya Weaver reports on BT's commitment to inclusive design and its importance to the organisation's corporate social responsibility programme
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Issue 58 Courses supplement A variety of articles looking at design education from Coventry School of Art & Design, a new Diploma in Manufacturing and Product Design for 14 to 19 year olds as well as a D&T teaching course at Sheffield Hallam University Not all child's play The UK toy industry gathered in London at the end of January for the 55th annual Toy Fair. Gary Davis went along to investigate Tomorrow's world Change has to happen and for change to happen it has to be led. Geoff McCormick argues that this is where designers can step in
Issue 59 Rock and roll Tanya Weaver talks to Mamas & Papas design director about the central role design is playing in the business
New age Mike Farish looks back at the roots of CAD software development and asks if evolution, not revolution, is the future for the software Know your rights Along with the current buzz about 'creative Britain' and 'creativity in business', Andy Penaluna argues that a great awareness of intellectual property also needs to be made
Issue 60 Magic touches Tanya Weaver finds out how service design is now being integrated into all of Virgin Atlantic's projects Move with the times Sharon Wheeler explores the issue of communications branding in today's competitive multimedia marketplace Degree shows 2008 newdesign's annual Degree show supplement with news, degree show listings and thought provoking articles.
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