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The government's Industrial Strategy
Read our response to the Industrial Strategy and why we think more needs to be done to deliver on the future of the UK economy.
A brief history of measuring design
How do you measure the value of design and designers? Ahead of the launch of our latest research exploring the value of design skills, Stephen Miller reviews how the measurement of design has evolved over recent years.
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Interview: Martin Darbyshire, CEO of tangerine
Martin has been inspiring ground-breaking innovation since 1989, today we discuss what design and innovation means to him and tangerine from a global design perspective.

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Transform Ageing: Lessons from our participants
Transform Ageing aims to improve people’s experience of ageing, today our research team takes a deeper look at what we have learnt so far.
A traffic free Oxford Street, why now?
With the announcement by Sadiq Khan of a project to remove traffic from Oxford Street, we look at the strategic drivers behind the pressures that are leading to the review of how we use our streets.
The Autumn Budget 2017
The Budget was an important step forward in setting out how we build an economy fit for the future, and we are looking forward to supporting and collaborating on a number of the measures.
Our response to the Autumn Budget »
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The Design Process: What is the Double Diamond?
The power of branding
Incremental vs. radical: What’s the future of product innovation?
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