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- Design Development features and Design Reviews, giving a deep understanding of the creation and outcomes of the most significant new designs
- Interviews with key designers, providing insight into the direction in which they’re taking their brands
- Coverage of Degree Shows at the major schools worldwide, an indicator of where the future talent lies
- Trend reports from motor shows and non-automotive events, ensuring that you're always up to date with new developments likely to influence the design industry
- Design essays, ranging from how Chinese design is taking to the world stage to the use of tactile materials and designing with leather
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