An exhibition, the Digital Aquarium, created by interactive designers Digit will be on view at the Design Museum Tank from 15 August to 17 September. Designed in conjunction with Motorola, the interactive exhibition uses 150 mobile phones, brought to life whenever a passer-by dials one of the numbers posted on the glass walls of the tank. The call starts a chain reaction as the signal travels from phone to phone creating the effect of fish swimming around as each mobile lights up, vibrates and rings in a programmed sequence.
There is a new digital format for the marketing and branding conference as well as an expanded schedule, with over 80 sessions.
The identity for Shivering Mountain takes inspiration from the geological and botanical influences on the area, and introduces the world to the concept of “ginology”.
The “next-gen” cereal brand has been branded by the graphic designer alongside illustrations from Shepard Fairey’s Studio Number One.
Today’s “mini-budget” saw the debut of the government’s plan for jobs, with Sunak promising no one “will be left without hope”.