Nykris has redesigned the website for Her Majesty’s Treasury – www.hm-treasury.gov.uk – in a bid to improve its accessibility, usability and navigation. The latest design of the website is intended to complement the HM Treasury brand and draws inspiration from the London Treasury building at 1 Horse Guards Road that was recently redeveloped by Foster & Partners. Nykris has also created a range of templates which comply fully with the latest user accessibility standard: W3C WAI AA.Waitrose is to launch a range of sweets next week, with packaging designs by illustrator Melvyn Evans. Evans, who is represented by illustration house New Division, was briefed to target both children and adults in the drawings. ‘[His] style has a universal appeal, which is just right for this project,’ according to Waitrose commissioner Ruth Gavin. The range includes strawberry laces and white chocolate rainbow buttons. Waitrose hopes the products will fill a gap in the market which is not currently covered by the major confectionery brands Cadbury and Haribo.
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