19 November 1998


Brody bunch: Neville Brody has designed a network of websites for The Guardian which will be launched next year. The ‘Unlimited’ range of sites kicks off with Football Unlimited and

RCA position for Myerson

Design commentator Jeremy Myerson is to step in as co-director of the Royal College of Art’s new Helen Hamlyn Research Centre when it launches in January (DW 6 November). He

Glasgow revisited

Glasgow ’99 promises to provide the city with an impressive legacy to take into the new millennium. Hugh Pearman sees how the land lies

Bamber Forsyth wins paper job

US paper manufacturer IP Premium Papers has appointed Bamber Forsyth to reposition its speciality paper brand Distinction across Europe, after a paid pitch including The Partners. The consultancy is working

Acid test for exhibitors

Acid (Anti Copying In Design) has won the support of seven exhibition organisers, including Miller Freeman, in a campaign to protect designers from copying.


Work by James Hutchinson and Lynne Marsh is exhibited at New Digital Work from 25 November until 10 January 1999. Hutchinson’s work focuses on urban and rural landscape. Marsh’s video

In Real Life replaces Vidakovic

In Real Life has appointed John Atkinson to the position of senior designer following the sudden departure of Sasha Vidakovic after six months with the consultancy. Atkinson, who previously worked

Wellcome Wing team appointed

The Science Museum has appointed creative consultants to develop galleries and exhibitions for its Wellcome Wing. – The 47m extension will contain several exhibitions, and is due to open in

A new Co-operative culture

The Co-operative is breaking the mould with a new strongly branded strategy for its own-label lines. Clare Dowdy compares the company’s radical approach with that of the major supermarket chains

Design and strategy must collaborate

It’s not surprising that Miller Freeman is axing its fox identity before it is fully launched (see News, page 5). Apart from being unpopular with staff – who were apparently

Educating the masses

Janice Kirkpatrick admires Delia Smith and her mission to bring the rudiments of cookery to the public. If only someone would do the same for design, she says.

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