Glasgow group Third Eye Design has redesigned the University of Kent magazine, creating six covers that will be used over the next three years. The consultancy won the contract following a three-way pitch in November 2004. The twice-yearly magazine has a readership of approximately 35 000. The designs are intended to communicate a contemporary, cosmopolitan and progressive approach, and all six covers were produced together to aid consistency of approach.
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A new design from start-up company ButterflyCup needs no separate lid and simply biodegrades naturally if disposed of improperly.
With the festive season heading our way, Design Week looks at some of the UK and Ireland’s flagship store window displays.
The German marque has unveiled a new flat logo and Monotype-designed typeface as part of an “inclusive” brand update.