To stave off competition from digital media, publishers are using ever more eye-catching packaging to persuade image-conscious consumers to buy their books. Yolanda Zappaterra flicks through some latest examples of
Aricot Vert has created a brand and visual identity for a new coffee and juice bar called Juicy Lucy’s, which has opened in Manchester Airport.
Could someone please give Geoff Gradwell a job to be getting on with (Letters, DW 22 June).
BT has unveiled its latest drive into the consumer entertainment and communications market, revealing the work of a host of designers for its new portfolio of broadband products. The products
The Royal Commonwealth Society is rebranding with new designs by This Way Up. The design group has streamlined the RCS’s branding by creating two main identities for the society, which
Priestman Goode has created a product called Water Watch that aims to raise awareness about domestic water use. Approximately the size of a £2 coin, Water Watch fixes to any
A new architecture and urban design unit is being set up by the Greater London Authority to boost urban design, architecture and sustainable development across the capital. Called Design for
It is when you see pictures of Formula One’s glorious past that you realise what has been lost. There is more than a rush of nostalgia seeing images of legends
Virgin Mobile is poised to launch its first chain of stand-alone retail outlets, with a branding and interior concept designed by Start Creative and Judge Gill Associates. The move to
Man has always used landmarks to help him find his way around. While wayfinding systems have become increasingly sophisticated, often the most effective signage is also the most simple, says
Nokia is planning to launch its flagship ’boutique’ retail format in London’s Regent Street next year, following the first in a series of worldwide openings in the US last week.
A £1.4bn scheme to reinvent the retail park is being rolled out by developer The Junction Partnership under a concept masterminded by retail design consultancy Hart D’Lacey. The first of