Software developer, Praxis Critical Systems, launches an identity by EXPdesign.co.uk this week, as part of the company’s drive to diversify into new markets. The work, which includes visual identity, stationery,
Steven Newell; Richard Long; Battersea Contemporary Art Fair; Johannes Phokela; Kick it!; Director’s Choice
Emperor has created a visual identity and website to support a National Childbirth Trust campaign which aims to encourage parents and parents-to-be to attend fundraising events, or stage their own,
Real 451 has designed the CD packaging for Geisha Lounge, released by Virgin Music. Cover illustration is by Gavin Reece with insert and CD illustrations by James Wadkins.
Yet another addendum to Design Week’s long-running infatuation with funny-sounding job titles – this time in the form of a joke from one of you. Step forward – or should
The last three paragraphs of David Bernstein’s Private View should be etched on the boardroom walls of every company contemplating a ‘makeover’ (DW 25 April). They certainly won’t make popular
Hannah Booth visits the British Council’s design team to find out how it promotes British design abroad
Sign UK 2002, from 21-23 May, includes seminars, workshops and product demonstrations. Contact: www.signuk.com or call 0870 429 4416 for details. Venue: National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham B40 1NT. Apple Computers
While Clive Grinyer enjoyed the architecture of the refurbished Whitby Abbey, his overall experience was marred by its lack of signage and poor facilities
Lateral has been appointed as Faber & Faber’s on-line agency of choice, and will redesign the company’s website, which is scheduled for launch later in the summer.
Fitch London has been appointed to redefine the store environments for optical retailer Dolland & Aitchison.
Political cartoons and caricatures from the acerbic pen of Sir David Low comprise the first exhibition since 1843 to be held in Westminster Hall – site of the Queen Mother’s