This week’s news in brief.
Studio Sparrowhill has rebranded the charity with an aim of raising public awareness and understanding of the condition.
King Edward VII’s Hospital in London – a private hospital favoured by the Queen and the Royal Family – is rolling out a new identity created by Offthetopofmyhead.
The Dalziel and Pow-designed digital format stores aim to bring “extra choice and convenience” to customers of both stores.
The Post Office has launched a new Post Office Money brand as it sets its sights on going up against high street banks to become “a leading financial provider by 2020”.
We speak to the Guardian’s designers about the rationale behind the new site and the Guardian’s new “common design language” across all platforms.
The former BBC headquarters in London’s White City has been branded by Prophet, which has created an identity that references the shape of the building.
The neo-Classical 10 Trinity Square building is being converted into a luxury real estate and hospitality development.
As part of the rebrand, each individual plane will have a bespoke set of icons applied to its underbelly.
Blue State Digital has redesigned the Natural History Museum’s website so that it can better spotlight the underrepresented work of scientists at the museum.
The ASDA 3DME service lets people create 3D-printed figurines of themselves or others.
Conran & Partners, Hat-Trick Design and Rick Mather Architects are also working on the iconic building.
Bruce Mau Design has been making waves with its new branding for wireless speaker company Sonos. We look at this and other logos that represent sound and movement.
We ask a selection of experts their thoughts on how they define “branding”.
The Government has unexpectedly announced that plain cigarette packaging could be introduced in England as soon as next year.