The identity uses a version of the Bodoni typeface – the consultancy says: “Its distinctive contrast of thicks and thins enabled us to amend the characters to form the logo without losing legibility”.
The Max II chair design is in response to research that apparently shows that more than 7,000 school children are admitted to hospital each year from chair-related accidents.
Coley Porter Bell has rebranded the Scottish cheese company as part of a drive to double the brand value and “secure the top spot in the UK cheese market”.
Creative Translation managing director Luke Innes says that in order for brands to successfully adapt their global message overseas, they need to review their brand identity first and tailor it for each new market. In this White Paper, Innes explains how designers and marketers can successfully adapt their brands to appeal to audiences around the […]
James Sommerville, vice president of global design at Coca-Cola, is curating a campaign to mark the centenary of the bottle design, which responded to a brief that it should be recognised by “feeling it in the dark or lying broken on the ground”.
In the first of a series of articles, the Design Business Association’s John Scarrott examines what is required to create the “belonging” necessary for high-performing teams, and looks at how consultancy Bow&Arrow built its offer.
The new regulations will protect companies against threats designed to intimidate or for unfair advantage, but not when an actual incident of IP infringement has occurred.
Images&Co – led by Malcolm Garrett and Kasper de Graaf – has created a new identity for the Knowledge Transfer Network, which features a “hidden” arrow perfectly mirroring the “K” in the wordmark.
Recent Royal College of Art graduate Ackeem Ngwenya has presented his concept for a shape-shifting wheel and tyre that can be adapted for poor road conditions.
Stefanie Posavec is a US-born designer who moved to London after completing her MA at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. After a period working as a cover designer for Penguin Books, she now works freelance on information design, data visualisation, book cover design, and book design. Projects include the MyFry app, OK GO album artwork, Left vs. Right poster (with David McCandless), and a recent Facebook residency as a data artist.
Posavec’s personal work explores data illustration and has been featured in numerous design books and exhibited internationally at sites including the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Victoria & Albert in London. She regularly speaks about information design at conferences.
This interview with Posavec is taken from the book Communication Design: Insights from the Creative Industries, by Derek Yates and Jessie Price, which is published by Fairchild Books priced at £26.99 and is available here.
Potential designs for a central London pedestrian bridge across the Thames have been revealed, created by more than 80 design teams across the world. The designs are in response to a competition to create a new bridge to connect Battersea Power Station and the Nine Elms district on the south bank of the Thames with […]
The new identity is the first update to the London venue’s branding for 11 years and references the distinctive shape of the building.