The previous branding for The B Team — which aims to make businesses more sustainable — was “dry” and “authoritative”.
The design is the “rebellious” cousin of Fortnum’s handmade English chocolate line and even saw the consultancy work on the shape of the chocolate.
The publication – based in Washington, D.C.,US – has unveiled updates across its print and iOS offerings.
Developed and launched by Heimat Berlin, the typeset uses original graffiti scrawled on the Wall during its 28-year history.
The project, led by Here Design, focuses on the restaurant’s mission to promote ancient biodynamic agriculture, a type of ecological philosophy.
V&A East comprises two sites that the museum is developing in east London.
The X-57 plane marks the space agency’s first attempt at electric air travel, with the team hoping to get it in the air by the end of next year.
With the festive season heading our way, Design Week looks at some of London’s West End’s flagship store window displays.
The latest iOS update came with a Dark Mode feature for iPhones and native apps, which inverts screen displays, from black writing on a white background to white writing on
With the upcoming release of her two new books, Design Week speaks to the graphic designer about our annotated world, crossing over into science and why she wants everyone to
Among the 32 awards, two Black Pencils and four White Pencils were given out at a ceremony in New York, which saw the top accolades go to a system for
Labour Against Antisemitism aims to highlight the “rise of anti-Jewish sentiment in the Labour Party”.
This year’s designs have been created by Charlie Smith Design, alongside paper-cutting duo Hari and Deepti.
Eco-Visionaries draws from different creative practices in an attempt to find solutions for the environmental crisis.
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The troubled social media company hopes the rebrand will “better communicate” its services.
House of Illustration’s exhibition W.E.B. Du Bois: Charting Black Lives includes all 63 of the celebrated essayist’s little-known graphic work.
Microsoft has unveiled the latest logo design for its internet browser platform, which is still in beta mode.
The new book AZTDR, published by Unit Editions, looks at 33 years of the studio’s history from Sheffield-based music labels to Coca-Cola and Nike.
The not-for-profit — the country’s biggest healthcare charity — also researches and advises on national medical issues.
From the meatball, to the worm and now Artemis, graphic designers at NASA have branded the face of space travel for decades.
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Always has removed the Venus symbol from its sanitary products in a bid to be more inclusive to transgender customers. While this has been welcomed by the trans community and
The Japanese restaurant chain has refreshed its brand identity and rolled out new retail experiences in a bid to “remain relevant”.
This month Design Manchester turns seven, Anglia Ruskin University is telling tales with tech and Es Devlin is talking us through her latest installation.
Justin Lyles, vice president of consumer design and advanced design director, talks inspiration, collaboration and why consumers expect smartphones everywhere.
A replica of Scotts, which has been visited by David Cameron and Chinese President Xi Jinping, has opened in the southwestern province of Sichuan.
Rufus Leonard chief executive Laurence Parkes on where to find investment money, how to secure it and how to grow your design consultancy.
Level Ex gives doctors the chance to practice complex and often rare medical situations via their smartphones, and now it’s landed a sponsorship with Philips.
For its 150th birthday, the scientific journal hits refresh by rolling out a new custom typeface, logo and style guidelines across its print and digital platforms.