26 March 1998

A three-piece suite for the office

Simple solutions are creeping back into the workplace, as new methods of working are introduced and clients no longer have the budgets for complex office furniture systems with multiple components.

Broadcast news

Digital TV is on its way to a screen near you very soon, yet few people know what it is. Andrew Mylius explains what it means and how it will

Top job for Parkinson

Allen International has brought in Malcolm Parkinson as non-executive chairman to free up managing director Mike Allen. – Parkinson was managing director of Siegel & Gale for two and a

TOP 20 multimedia DESIGN GROUPS

Two things are evident about multimedia this year: more consultancies are doing it, often alongside other disciplines; and more are telling us about it. That said, with more players in

Hoarding treasures

The V&A is staging an exhibition of colourful and influential posters from the museum’s vast archive. Liz Farrelly gets a sneak preview of the preparations.

DIA follows Lopex lead

Cambridge Consultants has once more topped Design Week’s Top 100 chart of UK design groups, reporting almost 20 per cent growth in fee-income during 1997. The level of growth is

John Grey

I first heard of John Grey after reading an article about the agency he set up, representing a portfolio of independent graphic designers. I thought I should give him a

National Grid to rationalise

The National Grid Company has appointed Fishburn Hedges to rationalise its visual identity, and to produce guidelines to ensure its consistent use. The group will design two brochures for National

Boots branches out

Trickett & Webb spearheaded the design of a new line of health and travel products for Boots The Chemists in partnership with Royal & Sun Alliance.

Diageo report by Radley Yeldar

Radley Yeldar has designed a corporate brochure for Diageo, the company created from the Guinness and Grand Met merger (DW 7 November 1997). According to the client, the consultancy won

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