The identity for the multi-million pound Government initiative to make science sexy launches at this week’s Ideas Conference. Created by The Team, the identity is ‘very edgy and different’ to appeal to ten to 19-year-olds, without alienating parents and teachers, says a Department for Education and Employment spokeswoman. The Team was paid £25 000 for the job. Science Year kicks off in September and will be supported by advertising and PR.
The app’s update is inspired by streaming services like Apple Music and Netflix.
The new generation of space garments were made for use during the 2024 lunar mission, which will see the first woman on the moon.
Bars on benches, studs in doorways and fenced off window ledges are just some of the many measures put in place to control how public space is used – but
The CEO of bank start-up, Current, says the social media platform “ripped off” his company’s logo.