Uffindell West has created a new identity for the British Computer Society, adding the attribute The Chartered Institute for IT. The BCS is a professional membership and accreditation body for IT, with more than 70 000 members.
Dalziel & Pow is designing a new brand identity and retail environment for Polish accessories retailer Coyoco. The first site, in Poland, is set to open next month, with others to follow throughout Eastern Europe.
I Want Design has created design and marketing materials for this year’s BBC Radio 3 London Jazz Festival, which runs from 13-22 November. The consultancy was appointed to the project after winning a five-way pitch in March.
Brighton & Hove’s first 20 new street signs, designed by Applied Information Group, have been installed in the city centre. The pedestrian-centric wayfinding system, which includes print and interactive digital maps, is intended to reduce dependence on the car and public transport. Mapping and signage in car parks, at bus stops and inside Brighton train […]
British Design Innovation has appointed four new regional directors ahead of a restructure of the organisation that will turn it into ‘a regional, franchise-style co-operative’, according to chief executive Maxine Horn.
The promotional material for the inaugural British Ceramics Biennial in Stoke-on-Trent does a fine job: with its dashes of hot,fluorescent pink, it heralds a vibrant and innovative series of events – a refreshing step away from staid and traditional pottery connotations. But tapping into the city’s history is also a key element of the biennial, […]
The free-pitch debate refuses to go away, so it’s up to design groups to stand their ground and educate clients. Shan Preddy argues the case
The anarchic potential of Surrealism allowed women artists to explore the female experience, independent of the centuries-old imperative of pandering to the male gaze. Maeve Hosea previews an exhibition of their often disturbing work
Hand-lettering has become increasingly popular in recent years as companies look for ways to move beyond the impersonality and repetition of set fonts. Anna Richardson reports on the rediscovery of calligraphy