Yahoo has redesigned its mail app and announced a number of updates including a push notification system, which it claims is “more secure than a traditional password”.
Nik Naks, Discos and Brannigans logos have been used in new ways as part of an overhaul of KP’s headquarters in Slough.
Consultancies The Team has been selected as English Heritage’s strategic brand partner. The consultancy’s remit will be to provide brand guardianship and direction for the next three years. Images&Co has been appointed to develop the new website for WorldDAB, the global industry forum that brings together radio industry professionals. Dalziel & Pow has been appointed to design a […]
The new concept is launching in the UK prior to an international rollout and aims to evoke “the early days of the Burger King brand”.
The DBA’s John Scarrott looks at how one consultancy now gets 80% of its new business directly from speaking at conferences.
How do you strike the balance between beautiful design and consumer research? We speak to a range of experts in the field of brand visibility about how strategists can work with designers to create branding that is both attractive and visible on shelf.
Spy Studio has helped Goldsmiths find its “personality and character” with a new look and a set of tools which will help the university be flexible in the way it communicates.
A London-based team has developed designs for a modular smartwatch which can be upgraded with snap-on wrist modules.
Focus Lab has updated the previous identity, which was picked for “no real reason”. The new identity tries to reflect values of “quality, approachability, authenticity and community”.
The Yard Creative has developed a concept for children’s charity World Vision that gives charities a presence in shopping malls, where traditional canvassers are barred.
In a new series, we follow freelance illustrator and designer Ben Tallon as he makes his way through the London creative scene. His first question – is it really worth the expense to be in the capital?
The recruitment company’s changing logo has been designed to reflect that “no two logos are the same, just as no two job seekers are the same”.