30 October 1997


Better late than never: For anybody wondering what happened to the Design Business Association’s recruitment service, proposed for September this year… it is still coming, though not until early next

More pantomime at the British Museum

The pantomime came to the hallowed halls of the British Museum last week, when its board unveiled plans for major refurbishments to the Great Court. Sir Klaus Moser, chairman of

Profits plunge at BBB Design

Listed company BBB Design saw its profits plummet after two clients cancelled orders of a lottery scratchcard concept developed by the group’s marketing division. The year ending 30 April 1997

Mysterious identity overshadows HMV

HMV has spent 5m of hard cash refurbishing its flagship store to designs developed by Greig & Stephenson. – London’s Oxford Street was blocked during its reopening by Sir Paul

A good reason to Crow

I read with interest your editorial comment (DW 3 October) How can we get the right experience? – Sadly, design studios do look for experience, not creativity.

Pavilion inspires Dewe Rogerson

Dewe Rogerson has created the identity for Pavilion Asset Management, a new fund manager in Brighton. – “We had to appeal to people who were not extremely sophisticated in financial

Moving Picture pitch

Harper Mackay, Fletcher Priest and David Chipperfield are involved in a credentials pitch to design the new office for The Moving Picture Company in the building formerly occupied by Rank

Made By Man to rebrand 7-Eleven

Supermarket chain Budgens has retained its retail design consultancy Made By Man to rebrand the 7-Eleven convenience stores it bought last week. A new name and identity will be phased

Chips with everything

Apparently, it is ‘inevitable’ that some day soon we will all be sporting wearable computers. Peter Hall is horrified by the thought and insists that brains are best.

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