Authoritative, independent, male and slightly provocative was the image AIDS prevention body CHAPS was after. The identity, designed for free by Landor Associates, also had to avoid being aggressive, or having a link with the AIDS red ribbon. CHAPS, which stands for Community HIV and Aids Prevention Strategy, is a partnership between the Terrence Higgins Trust and eight community-based HIV and AIDS organisations. The body plans to target the general public across England using billboards, press campaigns and newsletters.
Clwb Ifor Bach has been open since the 80s and now has a new identity, including logotype, typeface and design system for posters and flyers.
A one-size-fits-all approach means that disabled people are not being consulted on the design of products they use. We speak to the people who are trying to change this.
From an editorial influenced graphic style to a changing education landscape and a burgeoning international outlook, what defines design in New York?
Stories That Never Stand Still has been created “by people with ADHD, for people with ADHD”, and features educational articles alongside personal accounts that attempt to cut through the stigma