Cow & Gate will next month launch new packaging for its range of infant formula milks with a system called Nutri-box, providing parents with a way of keeping milk powders fresh. Design is by Wagstaffs.
British Bakeries’ bread brand Nimble has been given new packaging by The Sandom Partnership.
Precept has won a 12-month consultancy role for University College London’s corporate design needs, after a five-way free-pitch.>
Newenglish has won a credentials pitch against Design Advantage to design the 1997/8 season’s literature and advertising for the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.
Eureka Graphics has created the identity for the newly launched Jewish Film Foundation, an extension of the British Film Institute’s successful Jewish Film Festival.
Fishburn Hedges has designed the demerger documents for British Gas, consisting of booklets, letters and voting cards. The consultancy has also managed the printing and mailing process.
The 16th volume of the annual flagship catalogue from Tony Stone Images is now out, designed by James Pyott of Pyott Design.>
Nine-month-old design consultancy Nine Yards has been appointed to come up with logos and an in-store display programme for Reebok UK.
Argos has created a separate catalogue for its range of computers. Designed by Infocus Marketing Communications, How to Buy the Right Computer is launched next Monday alongside the new biannual general Argos catalogue. Argos design manager Helen Hopwood says the brief to the Buckingham consultancy was to ‘present in a clear and easy manner the range of computers we offer and help get people through the buying process – cutting out the jargon’. Although the design is still identifiably Argos, Hopwood says, the Infocus design ‘moves Argos forward’. Infocus creative manager Linda Bates says: ‘We packaged the information into manageable and accessible chunks, but wanted to avoid the rigid grid structure so often associated with information-rich leaflets.’