28 April 2005

Shine on

Glossy print work is a prerequisite for brands that want to illustrate the quality of their products in all their glorious detail, says Trish Lorenz

Pallative Care Research gets new identity

Holmes Wood has created an identity for the Palliative Care Research department at The Royal Marsden Hospital, London, which cares for terminally ill patients. The consultancy was appointed following a

Enterprise winners are announced

The winners of this year’s Queen’s Awards for Enterprise were announced last week. Winners in the creative services category include design group Kemistry, car maker Toyota UK, baby products manufacturer

Prince and the revolution

In the tennis world, Prince has an enviable reputation for innovation, most famously the oversized racket head of the 1970s. For its next move within the tough constraints set by

Bump start for hip makeover

‘The logo has gone back to its roots, it is a more adult version, a lifestyle brand that remains specialist,’ says John Rushworth, a partner at Pentagram. The consultancy is

Designing the future

Tom Karen was ahead of his time: two of his 30-year-old designs have recently been put back into production.

Tories hope R&D relief gets the vote

The R&D tax credit was thrown into the spotlight again on Monday, when the Conservative Party pledged to simplify tax relief on research and development, which has not yet been

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