Design in Action has redesigned Unilever’s Timotei five-product haircare brand.
Telecommunications Opportunities in Western Europe, a Department of Trade and Industry manual, has a new look designed by London’s To The Point. The consultancy won a five-way paid creative pitch for the project after being unsuccessful in three previous DTI pitches, and it feels this success is a result of ‘the learning curve’ these experiences have provided. ‘It’s more than definite that this will lead to more DTI work,’ says To The Point creative director Duncan Abell. The brochure is also available on disk. According to the consultancy, this is one of the DTI’s first publications to adopt the new technology.
Gordon’s Gin and Schweppes have teamed up to create a new gin and tonic mixed drink. Packaging is by The Branding Iron of Edinburgh.
Vinten, TV camera mountingsmanufacturer, has taken on Firbank Kempster to design its stand for this year’s International Broadcast Congress in Amsterdam.
Surrey-based product design consultancy Goodwin Emck has created a presentation case for the new range designed by Hollington Associates for the Parker Pen Company.
National Lottery operator Camelot has an annual report designed by MPL, which competed against eight other consultancies for the project.
RPG Advertising in Gloucester has designed a new identity for Morland, the brewer of the famous Old Speckled Hen beer.
Whitehaven’s tourist attraction The Beacon Discovery centre has opened. Design is by Brennan & Whalley.
Cameron Carruthers did not design a new identity for Reigate Borough Council (Ear-wigging DW 26 July), and was referring to the news worthiness of the project as “unexciting”, and not the project itself.