Sophia George, the Victoria & Albert Museum’s first-ever Game Designer in Residence, has created a new iPad game inspired by the work of William Morris.
Google is launching new email app Inbox, which it says is “designed to focus on what matters”.
The Partners has applied elements of the Kristjana S Williams work to more than 160 piece of collateral for the hotel.
An exhibition at Whitechapel Gallery showcases an “abstract alphabet” created by designer Fraser Muggeridge and pupils at Welling School.
Purple Creative creates new identity, colour system and brand expressions.
The new positioning for the children’s charity is based around the message “For every child in danger”.
Smith & Milton has worked on the rebrand of cereal Sugar Puffs, which is relaunching as Honey Monster Puffs – named after its iconic brand character.
The NSPCC has ditched its “Full Stop” branding in favour of a new “childhood”-focused look.
East London-based illustration agency Rude is celebrating its 15th birthday with a trip to the seaside.
The branding is based around a hare illustration featuring a house and computer mouse.
We talk to Adrian Shaughnessy, co-curator of the Royal College of Art’s 50 years of graphics exhibition.
The art fair circus is back in London town - here’s a list of what’s going on.
The new branding, by TEMPLO, uses an eyebrow shape formed from a deconstructed question mark.
Frost* says the identity is based around the letter “K” and the visual identity of the street.
K Swiss says the stripes on its shield now point upward at a 58° angle “to signify the brand’s momentum towards the future”.