Enterprise IG has expanded once again, with the opening of a Tokyo office as predicted in Design Week (DW 26 January). The group now has nine offices in Asia with
Fishburn Hedges has written and designed the first annual report for national gas pipeline network owner, Lattice Group.
The catalogue accompanies the touring exhibition Inside Cover – exploring the role of the book. SAS has reinterpreted the catalogue and produced an innovative loose-leaf publication housed in an unusual
SalterBaxter has designed a website for property development company Centreland that provides a shop window for the company and a promotional section on CityWest Newcastle.
The Sandom Group has merged its international and UK naming, branding and packaging consultancies to form Vibrandt, which will spearhead an international expansion programme. The group has confirmed that acquisitions
Razorfish is to make 15-20 designers redundant in London as part of a third round of job cuts from the network, since October.
Pets, apparently, win prizes, but HGV Design certainly deserves one for the work it has done for pet home-deliveries company Halo. The consultancy was charged with creating a new image
As design groups expand overseas, Clare Dowdy dissusses the importance of face-to-face contact with some designer globe-trotters
Stealing eyeballs, focusing on Web design, graphics, animation and new forms of digital film production, runs from 20 April until 20 May in Vienna. International media designers, including Stefan Sagmeister,
Claudio Silvestrin has created the int erior design and layout for the Stanley Spencer exhibition at London’s Tate Modern, which opens this week.
Haigh Thornley Design has created a new corporate identity for optician Hammond & Dummer. The consultancy has provided a full branding service for the opticians, as well as the design
I read with interest Hugh Pearman’s article Room for improvement, concerning the Design Museum (Private View, DW 9 March). I would like to suggest that until it widens the range