Summertime always seems to stimulate romantic behaviour in the otherwise waterlogged British public. So it was with Imagination marketing director Ralph Ardill. Ardill was overheard on a recent British Airways
Ready steady: Adobe says its cross-platform ImageReady streamlines Web graphics production by making it easy to see how different browsers and computers cope with your shiny new site design. You
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With MetaDesign’s London office winning the prestigious job of redefining Skoda Auto’s brand identity, Lynda Relph-Knight examines the consultancy’s successful philosophy.
Bestfoods UK relaunched Ambrosia desserts this week with packaging featuring a more realistic Devon country scene. Design is by Siebert Head. Design and advertising consultancy Red Creative has designed the
The final arrival of summer puts us in the holiday mood. Matthew Valentine flicks through a few brochures, and finds the destinations lacking in appeal.
Last week’s mystery man (right) was, of course, Williams Murray Banks joint-founder Richard Williams, correctly identified by Lumsden Design Partnership’s Rebecca Price. This week’s blast from the past is well
Imagination’s spectacular Aurora project for motoring client Ford continues unabated (DW 7 August). A glimpse behind the scenes, however, reveals a few suspicious elements. The first is a large packing
London Zoo is to introduce a major new centre to promote study and understanding of biodiversity. A free creative pitch was used to select designers for the centre’s identity. Design
DIY retailer Do-It-All has retained Marketplace Design to develop new in-store brand communication devices, following a change in emphasis by the chain. Do-It-All is attempting to create a more inspirational
Quarto Design has created the identity and interiors for Philippe de France, a new patisserie which opened earlier this month in Brighton. Owned by French entrepreneur Philippe Demier, the outlet
Horseman Cooke McBains has dropped its name as it relaunches as part of a 10m full service offer with through-the-line agency McBains. The change in structure comes a year after