Designers have to be at their most inventive when working on cigarette packaging
Apfel’s distinctive and striking graphic styles quickly took seed with prestigious publishing and exhibition clients. Hannah Booth asks Apfel’s founders how the group blossomed into an overnight success story
Sterling London has redesigned the corporate identity for Rathbone, a national organisation providing learning and training support for disadvantaged people.
Taxi Studio has completed a design project for Argos to advise staff on how best to sell jewellery, as the retailer prepares to launch a revised fashion collection in July. The Core has developed brand names for the range. Appointed to the jewellery project in April, Taxi was tasked with creating an ‘inspiring and fun’ […]
Design Week thinks Parkview’s vision for Battersea Power Station is hotting up, as Alan Yau unveils plans for a futuristic entertainment den
Laura Ashley last week became the second leading retailer to announce the closure of its flagship store on London’s Regent Street. The confirmation comes just five days after House of Fraser admitted it was shutting the doors on its Dickins & Jones store
The Web and creative software have opened the design industry up to untrained outsiders
Sarah Taylor of Square Feet finds property for creatives, and appreciates how much a building says about your company’s identity, style and culture
Design isn’t stagnating, argues Bill Wallsgrove. It is simply adjusting to the holistic needs of demanding clients.
Food group RHM has streamlined its multi-million pound design roster. The line- up, which comprises Ikon, Jones Knowles Ritchie, Turner Duckworth and Williams Murray Hamm, throws a question mark over the future designs of key RHM brands, notably Hovis. Design Bridge, which has not been appointed to the roster, but was included in the nine-strong […]
I write in response to the Comment regarding the appointment of Tony Dunne as head of interaction design at the Royal College of Art (DW 9 June).