SomeOne has created new branding for Govia Thameslink Railway.
Rose Blake, Supermundane and Rude have been commissioned by a life insurance company to create beautiful policy documents for customers to encourage safe keeping.
Tate has started to make items from its archive available to view on its website in a scheme to digitise its resources.
Manchester-based Instruct Studio has rebranded animation studio Factory, created an identity that can be animated.
Three groups of students from the Royal College of Art have won a competition to transform the tunnel leading from South Kensington tube station into a design space.
Code Computerlove has designed a website for Chester Zoo’s Islands project to prepare potential visitors for a new immersive attraction.
Rockwell Group is working alongside Wilkinson Eyre Architects on a series of interior spaces at Battersea Power Station which is being redeveloped as a mixed-use site.
The new look aims to reflect the idea of the product being shaken.
Asif Khan, Eley Kishimoto, Ab Rogers and Thomas Matthews are among designers shortlisted to work on the huge “Olympicopolis” project.
Nationwide company CitiPark was formerly known as Town Centre Car Parks.
New customer-focused positioning offers bespoke service.
Double Standards has designed a guidance system which orientates visitors and combines exhibition and exhibit information in a four-colour gradient solution.
Government launches app that teaches students about encryption design and code breaking.
Mayor of London’s NYE 2014 Firework campaign designed to sell tickets, inform the public not to come if they don’t have one, and to raise the profile of the event.
This week’s biggest design stories.
Consultancy returns to Pomegreat brand it helped launch ten years ago and restores Pop art-inspired images to new design.
The new “premium gift” product has been designed to target “thoughtful givers”.
This week’s news in brief.
The City has commissioned two Sydney design studios to create a series of flexible artworks that can be used on hoardings around the city.
Paramount London Entertainment Resort will feature rides based on Hollywood blockbusters and BBC programmes.