Nike is reported to be moving away from its FuelBand and into app development and new creative partnerships.
Made Thought has created a new identity for paper company G.F Smith, developing a new typeface and two logomarks – a main identity and a ‘Curator’ mark.
AKQA and Priestmangoode are among design companies recognised with the Queen’s Award for Enterprise.
Studio Myerscough, Asif Khan, and Barber Osgerby are among those competing to address a Grown in Britain: Shared Globally brief.
Visitors will have the chance to walk the cobbles of the street and visit the Rover’s Return before Granada Studios is demolished.
Idents and stings feature familiar number two characters from throughout the channel’s history attending a birthday.
A round-up of this week’s news in brief.
Wolff says of his former Wolff Olins partner, who has died at the age of 83, ‘We will miss him for his integrity, his inspiration, his relentless energy and his guidance.’
The company is aiming to challenge the ‘Big Six’ energy suppliers in the UK.
Jeweller and Glasgow School of Art lecturer Jonathan Boyd has worked with a team from the school to create the medals.
Hat-Trick has created the identity for the House of Illustration in London – a dedicated space to showcase illustration.
Howard Brown has designed a set of six stamps showing how Buckingham Palace has developed since the 17th century.
Olins was described as ‘insatiably curious, infectiously charming and occasionally infuriatingly impatient’.
Wolff Olins global chief executive Karl Heiselman is leaving to assume what is believed to be a marketing role at Apple
AllofUs has created the digital experience for the British Museum’s forthcoming Ancient lives: new discoveries show, which uses exhibition design by Nissen Richards Studios.
The new look for the east London pub is inspired by its history and its Broadway Market surroundings.
Branch’s new branding for the college is based around a 45° axonometric grid.
Consultancy Fourmation has created the branding and interiors for optician Kite, which aims to ‘shake up the industry, and flip the sterile to style.’