Elmwood has created the branding for plimsoll company POP Village, creating a look that aims to ‘capture the youthful spirit of the product’.
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Tracksmith has been set up by former Rapha creative director Luke Scheybeler and former Puma marketing executive Matt Taylor.
Foursquare has unveiled a new look and announced Swarm, a new personalised service that does away with ‘check-ins’.
The organisers of the London 2012 Olympic Games have made an out-of-court settlement with a US consultancy which developed design concepts for the Games.
Fuseproject, the San Francisco-based consultancy set up by designer Yves Béhar, is being acquired by BlueFocus.
New Deal Design’s Gadi Amit talks about how Google Ara could provide a sustainable future for mobile phones.
The consultancy helped Brickworks develop a number of ‘pledges’, including offering fair fees and 2.5 per cent of profits going to charity.
French environmental foundation Mlinda’s brand uses a typographic solution to illustrate reduction of production and consumption.
Royal Mail is issuing a postmark dedicated to designer Abram Games, launching to mark the centenary of his birth.
Weev lets users communicate in face-to-face moving-image messages.
Publicis Groupe, which operates consultancies including DigitasLBi and Poke, says its results for the first half of 2014 are ‘not satisfactory’.
The Victoria and Albert Museum, the Smithsonian and Sadler’s Wells are all planning to be part of the ‘Olympicopolis’ development.
Consultancy Maddison Graphic has worked with architect We Made That to produce the Streatham Street Manual.
PriestmanGoode has designed new interiors for Embraer’s fleet of E2 Commercial Jets.
Eno is working with designers to redesign the A&E department of Chelsea and Westminster Hospital to improve patient experience.
The consultancy has created new designs for The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Florida’s Universal Studios Orlando.
Stamp specialist Howard Brown worked with illustrator Nanette Hoogslag and photographer Andy Hoopert.
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