Interesting article (Comment, DW 20 July), especially the sign-off about designers who feel that the Design Council could be seen as irrelevant without a direct link to the industry. It
The creative team at Virgin Mobile has begun looking at design concepts to brand NTL’s ‘quadruple play’ product, comprising Internet, television and fixed-line and mobile telephony services, which will eventually
Many UK design businesses could become eligible for substantial tax relief on their work, a landmark claim by Nissan Design Europe has shown. The company has won a tax relief
Does a mix of disciplines produce better results?
Project X was closed by mutual agreement of its three founding directors and owners Nick Blyth, Ross Haxton and Simon Wyatt-Budd, and not by Blyth Wyatt Budd, as stated in
We’re still a relatively new consultancy, but thought it was time to start putting in tenders to Government Land. We recently saw a carrot being dangled by the Carbon Trust.
Fitch has appointed Publicis new business director David Balko as business development director of its London studio. Balko has worked at the ad agency, a rival to WPP-owned Fitch, since
Household products giant Reckitt Benckiser is to roll out a global packaging refresh for its Cillit Bang cleaning range, with design work by Slice Design. The packaging initially launches in
It is understood that Jet Airways is looking to attract a wider customer base as it expands its international flight path with additional routes across Asia, the US and Europe.
International directories company Yell Group has published its 2006 annual and corporate responsibility reports, designed for the first time by College Design, a division of communications agency College Hill. The
1000 New Designs and Where To Find Them, published by Laurence King Publishing, highlights some of the furniture, storage, lighting, textile, bathroom, kitchenware and electrical product designs launched over the
As a teenager in the late 1970s, my obsession with music had broadened to include the record sleeves produced by the likes of Hipgnosis and Roger Dean. Then along came