Hong Kong group Design Innovation has found success with Quicksilver, a product developed for client ABC Communications. The palm-sized Quicksilver is a data receiver, which keeps investment-mad Hong Kong residents up to date with exact stock prices in real time. It sold out within eight weeks of launching – and a second-generation version is already under development. The device uses Alkaline batteries, and has a snap-on protective cover which doubles as a stand.
An update of one of her best-known typefaces, Rail Alphabet 2 is a collaboration between Calvert, Henrik Kubel and design consultancy Spaceagency.
The Barcelona-born graphic designer and his “playful” editorial portfolio is the subject of a new Counter-Print book.
The institute’s prototype hopes to provide greater privacy and usability for women with sight loss finding out their results.
The new look has been designed to better reflect the whisky brand’s manufacturing processes and also marks a shift to more eco-friendly packaging.