A package of on-screen idents for new TV brand Pulse will soon introduce viewers in the Benelux and Nordic countries to movies on demand. London group Plume, which beat English and Pockett and Lambie-Nairn for the work, developed the idents from an off-screen brand created by Coley Porter Bell. Plume creative director Richard Morrison describes it as a ‘coming together of two different design disciplines’. The sequences are made up of the formation and dispersal of layers representing natural elements of flame, liquid, particles and gas.
The co-founder and creative director at Territory Projects discusses why designers should be using technology to bring brands to life, from movement and interactive touchscreens to virtual and augmented reality.
John Scarrott, trainer and coach to design professionals, spoke with three creative directors who have taken this journey to find out how they adapted to life at the top.
As part of our series looking at jobs in design studios, we speak to Jorijn Harms, group account director at Jones Knowles Ritchie (JKR), about how she went from product
A Kickstarter campaign has been launched to fund a new board game, which aims to educate young people and make them feel “more comfortable” talking about menstrual cycles.