14 January 2010

20% discount on retail price to all readers of Design Week

Fiona Paxton trained at the Royal College of art in Textile design and worked in the fashion industry for 15 years designing printed textiles and working in trend and colour prediction for a wide variety of clients including Chloe, Armani, Donna Karan and Romeo Gigli as well as many High Street stores such as Whistles, […]

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Ico has designed a new website for the National Railway Museum

Ico has designed a new website for the National Railway Museum. The consultancy was commissioned following a three-way creative pitch in spring 2009, and tasked with designing a website to enable the museum to engage with new and existing audiences in fresh and exciting ways.

Industry split on co-design, says DW poll

Nearly 40 per cent of respondents to a Design Week poll say they do not think co-design is a good idea. The survey, on www. designweek.co.uk, shows that 39.1 per cent of readers do not think that co-design is a good idea, while 60.8 per cent believe that it is. A new paper from the […]

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Protocol serves up interiors and branding for Dishoom café

Afroditi Krassa’s interior design consultancy Protocol is working on a new Indian café that will open in London’s Covent Garden at the beginning of June. The studio has designed all of the interior aspects of Dishoom, as well as created the branding and positioning, packaging, tableware and uniforms. Protocol was invited to discuss ideas for […]

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Magpie Studio creates look for trend forecasting start-up

Magpie Studio has created the identity and website for The Neon Birdcage, a trend-forecasting resource pitched at brands, organisations and creative groups. The company has been set up by former GDR Creative Intelligence executive editor Lucy Johnston, who appointed Magpie last September on the strength of its design of GDR’s Global Innovation Report. Magpie director […]

The If You Could Collaborate exhibition

The If You Could Collaborate exhibition is at the A Foundation Gallery in London from 15-23 January. It features 33 collaborations including works by Fontaine Anderson and Deanne Cheuk, Karl Grandin and And Beyond, and Max Lamb and Gemma Holt (pictured).

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Jaywing creates branding for cultural initiative Hull 2017

Consultancy Jaywing has created the place branding for Hull 2017, the initiative marking the northern city’s status as UK City of Culture. The logo is an “H” shape constructed out of a series of geometric lines, used against a colourful palette of purple, green, yellow, blue and pink. Gavin Shore, creative director at Jaywing, says […]