21 September 2000

Digest

The National Crime Squad is seeking a change of image with the release of its latest annual report, created by Hamilton Paige. The document uses abstract images of police work

Eureka!’s annual report hospitalised

Staff and service users of the South London and Maudsley NHS Trust are the focus of the institution’s latest annual report. Designed by Eureka!, using images by south London photographer

Seymour Powell and Roundel

Product design consultancy Seymour Powell and brand identity consultancy Roundel worked together on iQ, Quantel’s latest ‘platform for a partnership in post-production’. Seymour Powell designed the interface for the workstation,

Gala Event design handled by Springetts

The identity and promotional material for the European Children’s Trust Gala Event 2000, held last week at London’s Natural History Museum, was developed by Springetts. A ‘humanised’ stars theme was

Homepride is boosted by JKR package

Homepride Flour has been redesigned by brand packaging consultancy Jones Knowles Ritchie. The project was commissioned as part of a bid to grow sales in the increasingly competitive home-cookery market.

Lawder leaves Design Bridge

Philip Lawder has left Design Bridge, the company he co-founded in 1986, to join packaging and identity agency Brown ID as marketing director. Lawder says, “Design Bridge is a bigger

Incepta buys Su Yeang Design

Citigate Lloyd Northover parent Incepta, the international marketing and communications group, has acquired Singapore-based Su Yeang Design and its subsidiaries Orange Design and Ebrand Communications in a deal worth £13m.

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