23 January 2003

Airside redesigns website for Lemon Jelly

Airside has redesigned music group Lemon Jelly’s website, www.lemonjelly.ky, which will go live on 24 January. As well as tour dates, videos and a merchandise shop, the website features screensavers and an arcade-style game called Attack of the Killer Ducks. The background music is randomly chosen from streaming audio samples on the server, providing a […]

Pyott’s plans for leisure concept

Pyott has this week completed the first stage of a £40 000 identity project for three UK ‘leisure-retail’ developments, in Glasgow, Leicester and Southampton. The existing sites, which are being redeveloped by Heron International, will each retain their own identity. It is the first time the usually office-led developer has created leisure concepts in the […]

Print works

Too many players in a dwindling market are hitting the print sector – more reason to embrace new advances, says Yolanda Zappaterra

Engaging the customers

Mobile phone operators are vying to market their next generation products. Richard Clayton looks at design’s role in convincing customers to upgrade

NWEC plans for redevelopment

Architect HOK International has been appointed by the New West End Company to create a masterplan for the development of London’s Regent Street, Oxford Street and Bond Street. The plan will encompass street furniture, lighting and wayfinding. An HOK spokesman says it is too early to say whether designers will be commissioned for work.

Added and nurtured values will help groups to thrive

I wouldn’t argue with Imagination’s Ralph Ardill when he suggests that ‘media neutral’ design requires a ‘freedom of thinking, diversity of skill-sets and genuine passion for collaboration and delivery’ (Letters, DW 9 January), but I am inclined to go further. I believe that all design – and every client relationship – benefits from liberated thinking, […]

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