If you are ever over in Sweden (and why wouldn't you be!) then this museum sounds like a must see, it brings together so many failed innovations from over the decades, from the segway to green ketchup to Colgate Lasagne!
The collection consists of over seventy failed products and services from around the world. Every item provides insight into the risky business of coming up with something new, if you're not in Sweden soon, check out their website, the exhibition is on tour too so hopefully it will be landing over here shortly.
Check out the new design for Bradford based crisp making legends Seabrook, they seem to have tread the line between keeping the old classic logo styling and bring a new fresh look to the overall brand.
I can't believe Morph is this old, he's ageing well.
...has it gone retro or taken a modern approach?
Some world famous logo designs have more to them than others, see if you've spotted them before, can you think of any others?
A helpful and informative guide to how colour can change the way your brand works in other people's eyes.
A mix of retro nostalgia and growing companies pushing forward to a slicker, modern future.
Uber drivers can now be classed as employees, rather than self-employed, what could this mean for freelancers and employers in the design industry.
I guess it must be (nearly) Christmas!
R Whites Lemonade goes back to its 1845 beginnings as new flavours are launched.
New look drops the "Sushi", maybe they're going to expand into clothing and furniture?!
From a NatWest going 3D to Google’s first smartphone, not forgetting a new typeface that can be used in all languages, handy! the news from the last week in design.
Having stood at so many horrible bus stops in my life, this does look like a good step forward, especially if public transport is the future! The pilot bus shelter, backed by the Department for Transport, allows people to charge their phones, access wi-fi and view travel information.
From Moz rebranding to Oculus train seating, or something like that, here's 5 things I found interesting this week.
Everything from heat sensitive inks and microtext to negative space have been used to help people solve the mysteries of classic Christie novels.
Interesting things I've seen online and the latest Launch based news.