The correct answers to the quiz are as follows, in the order: as it was; as it is now; those responsible. National Power; Innogy; Corporate Edge. British Steel; Corus; Enterprise
A simple, retro-styled camera from Russia has built a cult following, for those who like photographs with a vivid, edgy style.
Websites beautifully synthesise the form and function dilemma. Website designers succumb to all singing Web programmes; website programmers are down in the engine room, coding raw data. For technical industries,
On-line plant and machinery sales specialist, Auctions2Business, has appointed London design consultancy Grafico to create its corporate identity, website and a range of corporate literature. The Manchester-based auctions company has
Corporate brand names in the utilities sector are becoming increasingly intangible and irrelevant, according to branding experts. This follows news that the Transco Group, which incorporates the BG Group, formerly
Landor Associates is off the hook at last over its ill-conceived identity for petrol giant BP. Though criticisms are still dribbling in for a marque that is seen by many,
Din Associates is redesigning the bookshop in London department store Selfridges, with the area scheduled to reopen next month. A scheme to add an additional 50 per cent of floor
In response to my sharp and abrupt dismissal of BP’s flower power, JE Mulverston (Letters, DW 1 September) is absolutely right to say big issues should be considered. BP’s desperate
Tom Hingston designed flyers for the legendary Blue Note nightclub in London’s Hoxton Square while understudying Neville Brody. His album covers include Talvin Singh’s Anokha and the D&AD Award-winning covers
London design consultancy Cartlidge Levene is undergoing a restructuring process. As part of the plan a third partner will join the business as it begins its next stage of development.
Sharpedge Design has won a four-way pitch to develop the identity and initial business-to-business promotional materials for a retail, commercial and residential development on London’s Oxford Street. Named Sedley Place,
Nottingham design consultancy Purple Circle has completed a branding exercise for a new security company, Secure One, which will be launched in the next fortnight. The company was previously PowerGen’s