The latest news from Prospect, including design thinking articles on design innovation, service design and digital design as well as projects, conferences and events we are working on.
"Which part of the UK transport system would you like to redesign and what features would it include?"
See Richards response and add yours!
Posted by Chris Clegg on June 7th 2010
"'Landor's Cheryl Giovannoni has highlighted caution, flexibility and integrity as some of the personality traits that are necessary for business leaders in the recession. What traits do you think are essential and why?"
See Richard Eisermann's response!
Posted by Anja Klüver on June 1st 2009
The Royal Navy has embarked on its first licensing and merchandising initiative - which will free up its White Ensign logo to appear on a range of consumer products - in a bid to raise awareness. Is this the most appropriate action to take?
Posted by Richard Eisermann on August 13th 2006
Posted by Richard Eisermann on June 21st 2006
"Media reports suggest that Germany is looking to change its image - though not its branding - in the run up to the World Cup. Where do you think it should start?"
Read on to see Anja Klüver's comment and add yours!
Posted by Richard Eisermann on June 6th 2006
A recent job for an international drinks manufacturer led Prospect to do some in-depth research on automated retailing. In this article, Richard Eisermann discusses the latest trends.
Posted by Anja Klüver on May 28th 2006
Co-operation between managers and designers holds the key to the success of a product and even of the company behind it, says Tom Lester.
Posted by Richard Eisermann on March 25th 2006
Richard Eisermann reveals the inspirations behind the Futures Terminal project.
Posted by Anja Klüver on March 6th 2006
After cleaning up at the recent D&AD awards, it looks like UK based companies in the global design industry are once again taking centre stage. But how long can this last?
Posted by Anja Klüver on August 16th 2005
Around the globe, responsible design has become a critical priority among businesses and design professionals. Reflecting this trend, the Executive Perspective becomes an opportunity to look at three major programmes: the Design Council in the United Kingdom, the Norwegian Design Council, and the IDSA in the United States.
Posted by Anja Klüver on July 6th 2005