The consultancy has changed the identity and name of mobile phone provider Orange Switzerland to Salt, with the aim of portraying it as an “every day essential”.
We speak to Andrzej Klimowski about his mammoth editorial design task – creating 99 P.G. Wodehouse book covers over 15 years.
Graphic designer Craig Sinnamon has created the graphics for exhibition Never Mind the Bollards, at London’s NLA, which looks a the role of street furniture. In this piece, Sinnamon explains how he selected the “public” and “private” typefaces he used for the show.
A bi-weekly round-up of moves and changes in the design world.
The RCA has come out top in the 2015 QS World University Rankings. University of the Arts London was eighth and Glasgow School of Art tenth.
We’ve asked designers to analyse the branding and visual identities of the five national political parties. Find out which logo wins the most votes and whose brand leaves them trailing in the polls.
Volunteering matters has changed its name from CSV as it looks to better communicate the range of work it caries out and the impact this makes.
The consultancy has created Prismologie from the ground up, basing the brand on a spectrum of colours which reflect different “moods” that the beauty products aim to evoke.
Like its predecessor Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge uses a blue “e” logo.
Four designers will be supported by the Design Museum as they respond to the theme of “migration”.
Following the results of the Art Directors Club Awards, we’ve updated the Design Week Creative Survey awards ranking table – see who has risen and who has fallen.
Selected to create the UK pavilion at the Milan Expo this summer, Nottingham-based artist Wolfgang Buttress talks us through the experience of his interactive beehive, where “no two moments are the same”.