Briefs

Three groups have been nominated for BAFTA’s design award for the best art direction for an interactive product – Cyan Productions, AudioRom and Helium 3.

Leaf UK has launched a limited edition LO Go White Chocolate bar, with packaging by Dragon. It is the first white chocolate bar in the low fat sector.

Siegel & Gale has redesigned Royal Mail’s easy-to-use Special Delivery Service label with input from the client’s ergonomics experts.

A facility has been introduced to allow the status of designs registered at the UK Patent Office to be checked on the Internet. The address is www.patent.gov.uk.

Loss Recovery Group, which provides claims assistance to insurance brokers, is relaunching with an identity by The Team.

The latest corporate brochure for European business school Ashridge features an updated identity to celebrate its 40th anniversary by Interbrand Newell and Sorrell. The brochure, also designed by INS, includes colour illustrations by Nanette Hoogslag. Consultancy director John Simmons says of the identity, ‘The strapline “Do you want to go further” acts as a question, an invitation and a challenge addressed to people externally and internally.’

Allen International has repackaged ten-year-old Isle of Jura malt whisky, drawing on “the mystique of Jura’s heritage”, says a group spokeswoman.

Point Design created the new-look presentation box for client Parker reported in last week’s Design Week and not The Point, as the client informed us.

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