19 October 1995

Sit 95

Tuesday 28 November – A conference and exhibition looking at commercial seating for the office, public/reception areas, hotel/ restaurant and conference/entertainment sectors.

Kid’s stuff

Designers investing in 3D graphics software could learn a lot from games arcades, says Sutherland Lyall

Financial interaction at ICL

Computer company ICL’s sales reps are starting to use an interactive CD-ROM to improve their knowledge of ICL’s financing packages. The CD-ROM has been created by Nucleus Design. The brief

The Identica Partnership launches ICO

Ico, a new telecommunications company providing a global hand-held mobile telephone service, has been launched with its name and corporate identity created by The Identica Partnership. Led by satellite communications

Council ready and focused

The Design Council will outline its research findings on design and education and announce the future focus of its education and training policy next week. Moira Fraser Steele, the council’s


‘The difficulty is in deciding what is best in the show – for one man’s caviar is another man’s nausea’ – Tony Cox, creative director of BNP DDB Needham, chairing

Hulton weaves on the Web

The Hulton Deutsch collection now has a Web site at http://www.u-net.com/hulton. It has 70 representative images of the 15 million in the collection and details of the CDs, print ordering

Coming Up

The Changing Workplace – Wednesday 1 November – One-day seminar on the impact of changing work patterns on the workplace and design and – technology in the future.

DW at Apple Expo 95

Design Week is sponsoring next month’s Apple Expo 95 MacUniversity and a seminar program. People such as typographer Dave Farey, Agfa’s Liz Harding, Macromedia’s Sue Thexton and Xchange’s Simon Mercer

Increase in buy-outs creates opportunities

Management buy-outs, which often involve new corporate design work, are rising in number, according to recent research from management consultancy KPMG. KPMG reveals that management buy-outs are on the increase.

Key starts on BBC foyers

New BBC corporate head of design Tony Key says he is tackling the corporation’s reception areas as a priority. – Key, who joined from BT at the start of August,

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