A bi-weekly round-up of moves and changes in the design world.
Glenn Tutssel started his design career in 1973 at Lock Petterson. After working as creative director at Michael Peters he founded consultancy Tutssels, which joined forces with Lambie-Nairn in 1997
Blue state digital has co-designed the new Ambitious About Autism site by working with young autistic people to build a platform based on informing and driving incremental engagement
Looking for a bit of a pat on the back? Copywriter Rob Self-Pierson tells us why he loves working with designers so much.
Following the results of the Roses Creative Awards, we’ve updated the Design Week Creative Survey awards ranking table – see who has risen and who has fallen.
Echo Brand Design has rebranded the mobile network using moving pixels, with the aim of giving it an “evolving, changing” design with a “range of personalities”.
An upcoming exhibition in London aims to “challenge perceptions” about textile designs, by showcasing 20th century propaganda designs from both the Soviet Union and the West. We look at the
The deal is understood to be McKinsey’s first-ever acquisition of a design firm.
TUI Group, the company that owns holiday providers Thomson and First Choice Holidays, has confirmed it will be dropping individual company names to rebrand with a unified global identity.
The consultancy has redesigned the packaging and identity of the bread brand, with the intent of giving it more consistency.
The film director has designed a cafe for the new Fondazione Prada gallery in Milan. It has a kitsch 1950s feel and references some of his most loved films.