Lambie-Nairn has created the identity and developed the look and feel for Story of Now, a new “non-linear” 20-part series from the BBC.
This week’s news in brief.
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”.
The consultancy has created a directional map system for the city, with aims of encouraging residents to walk and cycle.
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.
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.
HoloLens will allow will map holograms over everyday objects, bringing them into the physical world.
Consultancy creates fictional BlueBook operating system which appears in film about a man’s relationship with a human form AI.
Work has started on the beehive-themed UK Pavilion for Milan Expo 2015 which will succeed Thomas Heatherwick’s Seed Cathedral.
Google says its Glass Explorer Edition will not be available from tomorrow but the Glass team is already working on its replacement.
The University of Nottingham is seeking to appoint print and digital designers to a three-year framework worth £5 million.
BBC News is set to roll out a new, responsive design to its website and introduce a redesigned app.
Record label Warp has launched a new website design, following its 25th anniversary last year.
An exhibition celebrating the last four years of theatre set, costume and installation design has opened at Nottingham Trent University, hosted by the Society of British Theatre Designers.