NEWLY LAUNCHED television channels Diva TV, Dave, Virgin 1 and Sky Real Lives will join the increasingly frantic battle for viewers’ eyeballs this autumn.
Many are unaware of its existence, and those who make use of it cherish its eccentricities, so will the expansion of the London Library spoil the rich character of this
With more than 50 brands unveiling 100 new cars across ten halls at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show, making an impact takes some doing. Guy Bird looks at three car
The Courtauld Institute of Art has unveiled a redrawn identity and revised brand strategy by Salterbaxter. Timed to coincide with the start of the Courtauld’s 75th anniversary, the branding consists
Ethical communications group Provokateur has created a brand identity and communications materials for the UK launch of Canadian environmental charity the Otesha Project. The branding is designed to encourage young
The National Gallery is putting the finishing touches to its showpiece autumn exhibition, with the help of exhibition designer Karl Abeyasekera and lighting designer David McDade. Seven rooms of the
Confectionery giant Cadbury in Ireland is exploring the strategic development of its instore brand positioning, and has appointed UK consultancy JHP to tackle its approach. JHP will look at where
Bord Bia, the Irish Food Board, is in the process of establishing a design panel to deliver brand projects as they arise. The aim of the panel, named the Brand
A recent editor’s comment (DW 27 September) claimed that the iDesign event during the London Design Festival was ‘London’s first big conference on digital design’. I beg to differ.
I was fascinated to hear from Simon Myers (Business Insight, DW 4 October) that you have to be ‘production-led or ideasdriven’ to thrive as a designer in the 21st century,
If you’re into food porn, look away now. The Javier Mariscal-designed English version of Spanish cooking bible 1080 Recipes is out this week and it is devoid of the lush,
If you’re fed up with working in London, it could be time to move out. Marksteen Adamson has done it, but warns against following the rural dream too enthusiastically