Youth TV station Trouble is introducing its summer on-air identities and stings designed by its in-house team. Steph Neely, who is graphics manager at the cable and satellite channel, directed the stings, mixing film and effects for a pop promo feel. Trouble’s in-house graphic designer Tobin Goffe designed the identities. He says: ‘We wanted to give the channel a new look for summer, using bright, strong colours.’
The design studio has renamed the funeral comparison service Beyond, giving it a new identity centred around a three-dimensional, cartoon man, which looks to counter the “sunsets, flowers and doves”
A new, independent magazine celebrating classic graphic symbols has launched, based on a popular Instagram account created by a London-based designer.
The charity has published its second Design Economy report, which looks at the value of the industry and who makes it up. While design contributes £85bn to the economy, there
D&AD’s annual student and graduate awards sees 194 recipients of its coveted pencil prizes this year, with a campaign for the housing crisis taking the top spot.