Pure has refreshed the packaging for breath freshener product Goldspot, which is manufactured by the personal grooming and homecare brand group LornaMead. The designs see the gold-coloured canister become matt black in an attempt to promote a ‘funkier’ image and reach a wider audience. Goldspot launches in Boots the Chemists and across selected supermarkets from February. ‘We have given the brand a lease of life,’ says Pure managing director David Rogers.
The search is on to find an innovative obstacle avoidance sensor which could be included in a mechanical clockwork rover concept design, which NASA hopes will explore the planet’s surface
Design studio Reggie has created new branding for Oxsight, a technology company that creates glasses which aims to help those with sight loss.
Design education, much like the wider industry, is lacking in diversity – here, Design Week speaks with some of the women who are working to change this through collective action.
Clwb Ifor Bach has been open since the 80s and now has a new identity, including logotype, typeface and design system for posters and flyers.