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Apple's Mac Pro will been released tomorrow – find out what's inside and what it costs.
In-Depth: 2014 creative trends: how leading creatives will be developing their work in the year ahead
How will the best creative projects look and work differently in 2014?
16 top creative directors, designers and illustrators speak their minds about what’s in store for 2014.
Following 2013's Emerald Green, Pantone is suggesting Radiant Orchid as the shade that summarises 2014's colour trends.
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Scott Ewings has taken the helm at Ustwo. While he wants to evolve what they do, he says he's not going to change the culture that's made them…
Designer Chip Kidd has created a near-perfect primer to inspire an interest in graphic design in children and teenagers.
A researcher has found that many Adobe customers used really weak passwords such as 123456 – but there's a good reason why.
Brand consultancy Construct has created an identity for a new fashion and homewares shop in Shoreditch.
The Fableists has been founded by creatives from the ad, branding, design and VFX industries.
The pattern design duo need your help to turn the Geometric Two book plan into a reality.
Benjamin Muzzin's Full Turn uses the persistence of vision effects to build light sculptures.
Featuring works such as 'Work Hard & Be Nice to People', this book of detachable A3-ish prints lets you decorate your studio in a jiffy.
3D printing guru Professor Richard Hague discusses what the real possibilities for makers are – and what he's researching for the future.
Know what X-ray crystallography is? Us neither til we watched this brilliant animation.
Create Cool Shit might seem like it's mocking the current obsessions of web/mobile design - but it's actually trying to get you to apply for a job.
After our dubious foray into the joys of the Android-based Cintiq Companion Hybrid tablet, we went to try out the Windows 8-driven Cintiq Companion.
Tutorial: Check out some truly dirty artwork
New York-based illustrator Sarah Rosado has been working in a new medium: soil.
2.9 million Adobe customer accounts have been compromised – including users in the UK, US, Europe and worldwide.
Thanks for lettings us know, but instalment is the correct British spelling (we're based in London). Installment is the American spelling.
It's a mid-tone metallic, so looks silver under bright lights or near-black in a darkened edit suite.
No, it's just a good a smooth base that slides round easily on the desk.
Thanks for letting us know. Fixed now!