Mother Design New York has begun a visual update for the advice-sharing website, starting with a simplified logo and “subtle” name change.
The new identity, which has been led by London-based design studio Johnson Banks, seeks to “sensitively modernise” the 200-year-old organisation.
As part of our new series about in-house design teams, Simon Scarr, deputy editor of Reuters Graphics talks visualising catastrophe, global communication and Star Wars.
M&C Saatchi has branded the Irish city and county in a strategy that emphasises both its European roots and relative proximity to America.
Aiming to stand out from the likes of Peckham, Brixton and Dulwich, Studio Sutherland has designed a new identity for the south London area centring around the “Camberwell Brick”.
An average of 4,650 tents are produced for the UN agency each year, facing every weather condition known to man – here, Design Week explores the innovation process undertaken to
Now in its 96th year, the annual 50 Books | 50 Covers competition aims to reward the best in book design — inside and out.
After a scandal at CES, Lora diCarlo — a female-focused sexual health and wellbeing company — recentered the conversation about women and sex tech.
The move will allow designers from both studios to “come together and serve customers in a much fuller way”, according to Monotype CEO Scott Landers.
The concept vehicle is tailored to user-controlled privacy and also encourages community action for the environment.
Illustrator and creative director Anna Charity has created a brand for Farewill to help people feel “less anxious around death”.
President Trump unveiled the much-debated logo for the sixth and newest branch of the United States military services on Twitter, but what is it for and why does it look