‘Streets of Rage 4’ is shaping up to be a worthy sequel

Streets of Rage 4's announcement landed with a bit of a thud. The original trilogy of Genesis games is beloved, and for many remains the benchmark for the genre. It's now been 15 years since Streets of Rage 3, and a teaser trailer for a new game show...

New Android logo and brand update for 2019

The big Android news from Google today was the change from Android Q to Android 10, and the end of the desserts. That’s important – that’s the fun part of the news, and the most tasty – but the part that will matter most to graphic designers is the edits made to the Android logo and design guidelines. Of import … Continue reading

How Bugatti built the Centodieci hypercar in six months

During Monterey Car Week there's no shortage of nostalgia. Both the Pebble Beach and Quail gatherings are magnets for almost any vintage car you can imagine. So it made sense for Bugatti to unveil its new Centodieci hypercar, a nod to the iconic EB11...

Interactive murder mystery game ‘Erica’ gets a surprise release

Flavourworks' interactive game/movie hybrid Erica flew under the radar for a long time while its developers spent years working on the underlying technology. But following the launch of the new trailer at Gamescom this week, the studio made the surpr...

Google’s ‘Assignments’ tool flags plagiarism and missing sources

Google is setting out to make plagiarism harder than ever. The search giant today announced the launch of Assignments, a new grading software for higher education instructors who use G Suite for Education. Formerly known as Coursework, Assignments wi...