Digital television broadcaster Video Networks has unveiled the ‘minimote’, a remote control especially designed for children. The unit, which works in conjunction with the company’s HomeChoice TV platform, was devised by creative director Marco Giusti, head of the in-house design team at Video Networks. ‘As far as I’m aware, this is the first remote control for kids in Europe,’ says Giusti. The HomeChoice set-top box recognises the minimote and automatically filters non-children’s channels from the selection. A pictorial version of the service’s electronic programme guide is now being developed to work with the control.
A new exhibition at the Lettering Arts Centre in Suffolk explores the design processes, personal collections and work of typography and graphics legend Wolpe, who designed the Albertus typeface and
The museum has been renamed as D-Day Story and given a new look by StudioLR to help it appeal to a wider audience.
Nearly 200 students and 50 staff within the university’s Schools of Art and Humanities have expressed concerns that cutting academic modules could affect students’ career prospects and put tutors out
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