Californian consultancy Tomorrow Partners has worked with OpenTable on brand activation focusing on the dining experience rather than the act of booking.
A round-up of moves and changes in the design world.
New research commissioned by the Royal Society of Arts shows that just 28 per cent of people in the UK feel they are able to use creativity to turn their ideas into reality and cause change.
Design Bridge creative director Asa Cook says that instead of sniping at each other during judging, consultancies and creatives should celebrate great work.
Submissions for the 2015 Design Week Top 100 can be made online and the deadline for entries is 27 March.
From start-up consultancy to global company, Coca-Cola’s vice-president of global design James Sommerville’s 29-year career has seen him go from design experimentation to customer-focused business. With Coca-Cola’s new “one brand” positioning set to roll out, we speak to Sommerville about his switch in career, and why even iconic brands need refreshing.
IKEA says the new range has been developed to “minimise cable clutter”. The range launches in the UK in April, with prices starting at £30.
The modular identity system can be adapted for creative, corporate and academic purposes and “built on infinitely” according to Spin.
The new identity, created by The Plant, uses the idea of “light playing in the dark” to represent “the powerfully emotional sense of being in the cinema”.
The set of ten stamps show the engineering evolution of UK bridges and have been shot from “the perfect three quarter perspective”.
Turner Duckworth has created the new Coca-Cola visual concept, which sees a uniform look introduced across the Coca-Cola range. Epoch Design has worked on UK packaging, while Bulletproof has worked on other touchpoints, including digital.
This week the Royal Mint unveiled an updated image of the Queen, which will soon grace all new UK coins going into circulation. We ask designers which of their creations has reached the most people.