A consistent ‘traffic light’ system for providing nutritional food labelling is finally rolling out, following several years of development.
Landor, Sponge and Jennifer Harrell have created the branding for the new 606 park.
Red Bee Media and White Robot have created a campaign highlighting the creative and surreal real-life excuses given by TV licence-dodgers.
Design experts are being sought to join a panel looking at the development of the London 2012 Olympic Park.
The current Mailbox Harvey Nichols site will be relocated to a new area of the centre in 2015, which will see it expand to more than double its current size.
The V&A’s appointment of a Games Designer in Residence shows how institutions are taking games seriously.
Thomas Heatherwick has been made a CBE while Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby both receive OBEs.
Design Week Awards
AKQA’s Ugokidase Tokyo project, for Nike Japan, has won the Best of Show prize at this year’s Design Week Awards.
Some iconic identities are redesigned for the Design Bridge Student Awards.
Art voted for by the public is to be posted on billboards across the UK. What would you chose and why?
Wayne Hemingway has created brand guidelines for classic children’s comic The Beano. What is/was your favourite comic and why?
The new identity for New York’s Whitney Museum is based around the concept of ‘a responsive W’. What’s your favourite example of a flexible identity?
A selection of our highlights from the Central Saint Martins degree show.
Dinosaurs roaming around the Gherkin, chairs hanging from buildings - it’s all part of Sculpture in the City.
Arad’s new show sees him take functional products and render them useless.
It’s become an annual pastime to try to pick holes in the choice of D&AD Pencil winners, but this year’s crop defies cynicism.
The winners and shortlisted projects in this year’s Design Week Awards show the breadth and scope of design.
What lessons can be learned from football club Everton’s botched rebrand?
Mick Nash, Sedley Place managing director, outlines how branding can create desire and ‘turn a want into a need.’
This month Jon Daniel speaks to Asilia co-founder Lulu Kitololo.
Monotype type director Dan Rhatigan on a changing typographic industry, the perils of a second degree and the importance of experimentation.