Tonic Design has been appointed to redesign the website for Korean car manufacturer Hyundai. The project marks the creative group’s first foray into automotive branding and design, since its work
With library usage in decline, these often-neglected interiors need updating, to bring them into the 21st century and regain public interest. Pamela Buxton explains how designers are looking to retail
Lippincott Mercer has promoted Dave Mayer to the position of partner at the brand strategy and design group. .
Tayburn has completed the design of the identity supporting Scotland’s bid for the 2014 Commonwealth Games (DW 15 December 2005). The identity comprises the logotype, which references famous Scottish architect
CALL FOR ENTRIES The 8th International Fab Awards are open for entries. They reward excellence in creative work done for food and drink brands. Deadline: 16 February. Details: www.fab-awards.com. EVENTS
Jeremy Hildreth thinks the design for tourism market is set to grow as people express themselves through their choice of holiday destination Many years ago, when I was still a
The Soil Association is set to unveil a revised brand identity later this year. The organisation’s in-house team has worked alongside numerous undisclosed consultancies on the project. The redesigned logo
Mercury is launching a heat store cooker, Thermastone, designed by Seymour Powell. The cooker features cooking cavities made of silicon carbide, traditionally used for industrial kilns. The hob controls are
The founder and chief executive of Group360 is Tim Petherbridge and not Tim Petherington, as stated in last week’s issue (DW 19 January).
The Web design for www.my-wardrobe.com (DW 15 December 2005) was by Green Cathedral. Niche created the branding and stationery for the project.
D&AD has appointed Design Project to design its 44th Annual. The deadline for this year’s D&AD Awards entries is this Friday, 27 January.
As a proud Scot and a graphic designer working in a Scottish consultancy, I must question the use of such a ridiculous stereotype in Hugh Pearman’s article (DW 12 January).