15 April 1999

Interpol opens up with reports

International crime-fighting agency Interpol is producing its first set of annual reports, primarily aimed at security and police organisations around the world, as part of a drive towards openness and


Yellowstar has designed a new logo for the London College of Media and Music. The new identity is intended to update the college’s image. The Crafts Council has become a

TPS acquired by former rival

MUSEUM design specialists Austin-Smith Lord and TPS Dangerfield are to merge. Austin-Smith Lord has acquired its former rival for an undisclosed fee, aiming to capitalise on both parties’ experience and

Swallow takes off with new logo

NEWCASTLE design and public relations consultancy Gardiner Richardson has created a new identity for leisure group Swallow. The new logo, which features a final marque drawn by illustrator Andrew Davidson,


Lighting by Nonie Niesewand simplifies the science and art of lighting, explaining the effects of light and the types of light source available. The book is published by Mitchell Beazley

Careful promoting

Registered charity Leonard Cheshire is aiming to promote itself as the UK’s leading disability care charity, using a new brochure from Sussex consultancy Hill Rae Smith Graphics. The colour document

A change in the wind

At a time when other design groups have been merging with, or acquiring, their contemporaries in a bid to achieve the growth they crave, Rodney Fitch & Co and Wickens

Seidler takes new position

Former British Council director of brand development Johnnie Seidler has joined management communication consultant People in Business as managing director. The group specialises in improving relationships at work.

Designs on morality

The idea of the “designer as mediator” used to be uncontroversial. Designers agreed that their role was to communicate the client’s message in the most effective and accessible way to

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