The online dating site was founded in 2000, and has a new website, app and branding in a bid to set itself apart from newer dating apps.
A new logo for YouTube, an exhibition on “life-saving” graphic design, and a Fitbit smartwatch – the news from the last seven days.
London’s Wellcome Collection is set to open a new show examining the relationship between design and the medical world, showing how graphics has had a pervasive influence.
In the latest of its “How to: Guides”, recruitment agency Vitamin T offers a step-by-step guide on how to make the best impact possible in an interview situation.
The Royal College of Art’s annual exhibition and sale has previously seen the likes of Margaret Calvert, Grayson Perry and James Dyson donate original pieces of work.
Design teams will take on regional challenges in Orkney, Caithness, Shetland, Govan and Aberdeen where established designers will be grouped together with young people.
The social media platform has taken on a “cleaner” look, with a logo incorporating a play button symbol and an app that aims to be more “intuitive”.
The fitness brand has moved into smartphone territory with its new watch, which can download apps, play music and complete contactless payments, alongside tracking steps and calories.