West Sussex town Worthing has approved a new identity, created by Quarto Design. The identity will be launched in September.
BNFL’s 1997 Safety, Health and Environment Report has been designed by The Point. It is part of the suite of literature the group is handling for the client.
Photography belonging to loss adjuster Axis was used in its latest company profile brochure. Skidmore Turnbull Design was asked to create a powerful image to reassure nervous customers in high-risk areas. The black and white disaster scenes illustrate the regions where Axis operates.
Greater Manchester Youth Justice Trust has introduced awareness posters designed by Tucker Clarke-Williams. A removable card gives contact details and the trust’s message.
FMS in Hertfordshire has devised the logo and a series of literature for Synergy Plus, the reseller accreditation scheme for computer company Cabletron Systems.
Leading commercial hydrogen producer Air Products has introduced the first of two new booklets by Skidmore Turnbull Design. The literature explains the impact of new European legislation on the company’s customers.
Ogle Design uses jaw-like doors to heighten anticipation in the queue for this 20-seat simulator for client Thomson Entertainment. ‘We almost want people to be in fear when they board the simulator,’ says Ogle design manager Michael Phillips. When it goes live later in the year the simulator will be rolled out to a range of leisure venues across the world, including leisure centres, amusement arcades and shopping centres. It will comprise a number of simulated rides, including the gravity-defying Astro Canyon.
UK spirits company Highland Distillers has a new corporate identity by Tayburn McIlroy Coates in Edinburgh.
The Branding Iron has created promotional literature for Variations, a new tableware range from Wedgwood aimed at 25-35-year-old medium to high earners.
Centrepoint has appointed Paul Martin Associates in Hertfordshire to design its annual report for the second successive year.