This week’s news in brief.
Studio Sparrowhill has designed the new identity for charity Pancreatic Cancer Action, with the aim of humanising the charity through a logo that reflects the shape of the organ itself.
Industrial Facility has created a new lamp than can operate as a charging point for devices such as phones and laptops.
Lambie-Nairn has created the identity and developed the look and feel for Story of Now, a new “non-linear” 20-part series from the BBC.
Kemistry Gallery is making a comeback with the launch of its first pop-up exhibition since having to close its permanent gallery space in December 2014.
Earlier this week Emily Bell, former Guardian journalist and now director of the Tow Center for Digital Journalism, gave the annual Hugh Cudlipp lecture at London College of Communication.
Our most-read stories of the week 1. With Bruce Mau’s Sonos logo making waves (scroll the image up and down to see why…) we look at this and other identities
Adidas has worked with three illustrators to mark the relaunch of its Superstar shoe, which was first introduced in 1969.
O1creative has designed three dining venues at the top of London’s new attraction The Sky Garden.
The Design Museum is to exhibit groundbreaking healthcare designs that include personal devices which help people to monitor their own conditions and even diagnose illness.
King Edward VII’s Hospital in London – a private hospital favoured by the Queen and the Royal Family – is rolling out a new identity created by Offthetopofmyhead.
Dalziel and Pow has designed a concept for a digital Argos store which will roll out to select Sainsbury’s supermarkets.