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Frazer Designers has developed the casing design for a new portable private radio from Securicor Radiocom. Frazer developed a number of product concepts before moving on to designing a distinctive product identity for the hand-held unit. The styling aims to position the product as leading edge technology. The consultancy is now helping develop a range of accessories for the unit, such as chargers.

Lloyd Northover Citigate has designed an updated blue and gold brand identity for Anglian, the Norwich-based manufacturer of windows, doors, conservatories and other home improvement products.

Laundry products brand Glo-White is introducing its packaging revamp by WPA.

Toy store Hamleys has bought Hobbies and Models, operator of the 11-strong chain Toystack. Hamleys says it will not rebrand the stores as Hamleys and has not yet decided whether to make any changes to Toystack’s store design.

Plume has appointed David Cheung, formerly at L!VE TV, as a senior designer.

The British Association of Picture Libraries & Agencies today unveils an identity by Frost Design, which has also renamed and redesigned BAPLA’s magazine, Light Box.

Hasbro is relaunching its Pro-Action Football game in new packaging designed by Brown Inc. Hasbro also owns Subbuteo and wanted to reposition Pro-Action Football as a fast-action, dynamic game. Brown Inc has introduced an illustrative style with a ‘behind the goal’ view. The new pack is being introduced globally.

Elmwood is reviewing the identity of Easington District Council in County Durham after the Leeds consultancy’s work on communication materials for the council.

Australian consultancy Heywood Corporate Design has been appointed to create the annual report for world property fund Lend Lease which is a co-developer of the Bluewater retail project in Kent.

The on-screen identity by Lee Hunt Associates, wrongly attributed to The Disney Channel (DW 16 May), was supplied in error and is an unused logo for the TF1 channel.

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