My favourite thing I've designed, that's a tough one.
But one I get asked all the time. The problem is that for the last 5 years I don't feel as if I've really designed anything on my own. Not 100% on my own. My proudest achievemnent of the last five years (work wise) is this and everything we've all built and achieved with that. But, obviously, there are a lot of other people involved in that, not just me.
Work wise, I've always liked the stuff we've done for these guys, I think it's different and strong and I think that we (meaning us and the client) have created a really strong brand with going through some laboured branding exercise. They also had the courage to go with something that is very bold for their industry.
Then there's this which gave everyone all sorts of fun and led to me being interviewed all over the world including on Radio 4's Today programme. I have to admit I enjoyed that.
If you could get your hands on one account, anywhere in the world, who would it be and what would you plan for them?
There isn't such an account really. The best problem is the next one that needs solving.
I also want to second Andrew's question. I don't know about England, but Design is not taught in American schools. What 'curriculum' would you come up with to teach design to teenagers?