The new identity, by German consultancy United Senses, is an update of Futurebrand’s 2009 launch logo.
Design Week readers can nominate their Brand of the Year as part of the new Masters of Marketing Awards, which will be held at this year’s Festival of Marketing.
The organisation has revamped its website as it aims to move away from its traditional Middle England image.
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The tech giant has announced a 9 September event at which it is expected to launch new products.
Car-makers including BMW, Honda, Ford and Nissan are being sued over claims that “deadly” carbon monoxide is emitted when drivers leave their vehicles running after taking their electronic key fobs with them, under the mistaken belief that the engines will shut off.
New research shows that art and design graduates have a higher level of unemployment than almost all other subject areas in the UK.
Former Apple chief executive John Sculley has teamed up with the company’s former design boss Robert Brunner to launch Obi Worldphones.
Leeds Beckett University and the University of Hull are both looking for design support.
Architect Foster + Partners is working with Nissan to develop a charging concept for low-emission vehicles.
Ab Roger’s consultancy will be redesigning a gallery space in the National Media Museum, which will open in autumn 2016.
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