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A techno coloured future. Maeve Keane writes for Soap Perfumery & Cosmetics (SPC) MagazineA techno coloured future. Maeve Keane writes for Soap Perfumery & Cosmetics (SPC) Magazine

The latest innovations in colour cosmetics point towards a science and technology driven future where precision and personalisation rule, says Maeve Keane, Principal of Design Insight.

Visit PDD at Pharmapack Europe 2014: Paris, 12th-13th February – Booth 608Visit PDD at Pharmapack Europe 2014: Paris, 12th-13th February – Booth 608

Pharmapack Europe is the international reference event for key decision-makers from pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, veterinary and medical companies, health care facilities, regulatory and legal institutions.

“Human-Centred Design can be a massive factor in successful product development”, Sergio Malorni speaks to Paul Fanning at Eureka magazine.“Human-Centred Design can be a massive factor in successful product development”, Sergio Malorni speaks to Paul Fanning at Eureka magazine.

Sergio Malorni, Principal - Medical Engineering, was invited to speak to Paul Fanning at Eureka magazine to discuss the importance of Human-Centred Design in successful product development.

Where the boys areWhere the boys are

Oliver Stokes features in Cosmetic Business magazine. The article by Wendy Lewis, President of Wendy Lewis & Co Ltd, looks at the latest male grooming and anti-aging trends influencing men.

PDD takes home the Design For Asia Award 2013PDD takes home the Design For Asia Award 2013

We are pleased to announce PDD has won a Design For Asia Award - Merit Recognition with a new product line of fridges for manufacturing giant, Frestec.

PDD launches Interactive Trends MapPDD launches Interactive Trends Map

At PDD we are pleased to announce the launch of our new Interactive Trends Map, a tool that provides fresh and immersive interaction with insights and trend data.

What impact does culture and context have on graffiti writers around the world?What impact does culture and context have on graffiti writers around the world?

As part of our London Design Festival exhibition this year, we shared six posters looking at how culture and context affects the world. To view the digital version of this cultural research, ‘Graffiti in context,’ click here.

How do you think culture impacts design?How do you think culture impacts design?

This is the question we invited visitors to our London Design Festival pop-up space to respond to. Over the course of the week we got some great replies. Some of the most interesting ones are captured in this short animation.
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