The identity supports the photography brand’s new “Come and See” positioning.
The new app-based service is developed and co-owned by ustwo.
The James Dyson Award national winners have been announced.
The type foundry has worked with Method to “revolutionise how fonts are displayed in the digital world”.
Royal Mail’s new stamps celebrate the UK’s piers and seaside architecture.
TransferWise, a peer-to-peer money transfer service has also been given a new “money without borders” positioning.
Nigel Bowen’s NB brand, by Afterhours, is based on the Jock Kinneir and Margaret Calvert-designed road signs on UK streets.
The Design Museum is launching a new website ahead of its planned move to west London’s Commonwealth Institute in 2016.
The proposal has met with a mixed reaction from designers, who query how it might work.
Leamington Spa-based Sutcliffe Reynolds Fitzgerald is behind rebrand, which is prompted by a forced name change and expansion strategy.
Lévy, who had previously said he would leave next year, will now stay on until 2017.
The redesign features a new “Financier” typeface developed with Kris Sowersby.
A new tinned seafood restaurant in London’s Soho is opening this week, with designs by AL_A which take ‘the tin as the hero’.
The new identity has been developed by Dragon Rouge to capture “what we all love about food and eating”.
The new look is for for London Fashion Week SS15 at Somerset House.
Macmillan’s My Organiser app helps people record appointments, contacts and medication information.
The new tile collection for British Ceramic Tile, Trace has also been branded by Conran and Partners.
The new look will bring elements developed for the newspaper’s digital offer into print for the first time.
The Royal Mint was criticised by designers for a similar public competition it launched in 2009, to find designs for the back of 50p coins.
The identity also references Concorde, which was built on the site.