I work for the Design Council (www.designcouncil.org.uk) and this page does not reflect the last fifteen years of work we have been doing in the UK. We're aware that simply editing the page ourselves is frowned upon, but we want to make sure that the information on Wikipedia is correct and up to date. To that end, we want to replace the content of the page with the content from this page. We don't believe that the page from our site would need much in the way of a re-write (to make sure that it doesn't come across as a marketing piece), as the content on our page is factually correct - but any advice would be appreciated.
There've been a number of changes to the article over the last 3 years. But what we really need are more secondary sources: newspaper reports, design magazine articles, etc. etc. Please list any here. Thanks. -- Trevj (talk) 14:26, 9 March 2012 (UTC)
This is certainly a very poor page for such a prominent organisation. Hell, even the picture of your offices is wrong. I work in the same building and that picture isn't it. Will see if I can rectify that. --gilgongo (talk) 19:40, 8 May 2013 (UTC)