The Economist Group has appointed MetaDesign London to oversee a redesign of its global collection of brands, including a revamp of the flagship magazine. The consultancy was appointed two weeks
Pity poor Ralph Ardill of Imagination. He opens the doors of his desirable loft in London’s Clerkenwell to the Guardian’s Space magazine for a lifestyle story, shares his wisdom about
While on-line magazines cannot contain glossy images like their print ancestors, they can have stimulating interactive features.
Asda Wal-Mart opened the first of its Supercentres – in Bristol – earlier this week, a move that’s sure to send shockwaves through the supermarket and retail sectors
Mergers are a ripe source of client work, but if the timing is wrong they can severely disrupt existing projects.
Models at last week’s Christmas range launch by The Virgin Cosmetics Company seemed to be taking their roles extremely seriously. With the new products – designed in-house – which are
Conran Design Group has been appointed to redesign the interiors of furniture chain MFI. The project does not include the MFI corporate identity, originally created by Design House, which has
Following its £120bn mergers with Amoco and Atlantic Richfield and Burmah Castrol, BP has finally unveiled its new corporate identity and retail strategy, created by Landor Associates’ San Francisco office.
Thinktank The Fourth Room has been acquired by e-business group US Interactive for an undisclosed sum, in a deal finalised on Tuesday. All Fourth Room founders, along with product design
Marks & Spencer is rolling out its recently developed store format to a further 22 outlets following successful sales and customer reaction to two prototypes during the past two months.
Hamburg consultancy Peter Schmidt Studios has designed the flaçon for Boss Woman, the first woman’s scent from fashion label Boss.
The Virgin Cosmetics Company aims to open new stores in central London and Manchester during the next few months, taking its portfolio of stores nationwide to 13. All design work