Wolff Olins has helped South American telecoms company Oi to launch its new identity, designing a user-generated logo that reacts to the sound of the customer’s voice.
Reading Room has created a new website for The Queen and the Royal Family, built around an image-led approach and with new search functionality.
Brody Associates is the consultancy behind a huge collection of wide-ranging branding, typography and graphic projects, from Channel 4 and Coca-Cola, to the Royal College of Art and punk festival Punk.London.
Following his talk at this year’s PromaxBDA conference in Barcelona, we speak to founder Neville Brody about the necessity of risk-taking in design, balancing work with big and small clients, and why design shouldn’t be “precious”.
The new design includes changes to the logotype, illustration style and bottle structure.
The organisers of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics have unveiled the four shortlisted designs for the event’s branding, after a public competition saw 14,599 entries.
The Cheltenham Science Festival will feature an interactive talk on Virgin’s spacecraft and a digital production of Shakespeare’s The Tempest.
The “smart’ contact lens patent from Samsung will enable users to take and view photos via their eyes, and could provide an alternative to smart glasses such as Google Glass.
The Premier League club’s lion has gained some claws in this newly unveiled redesign.
Patrick Argent reviews the recently released updated edition of A Smile in the Mind and makes a case that design needs more witty thinking and substance over style.
The award-winning museum is to be transformed after the council approved a £17m expansion plan.
As the tech giant enters its fifth decade, designers tell us what they think is its greatest achievement so far.
As Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones opens its doors at the Saatchi Gallery we catch up with Pentagram partners Will Russell and Abbott Miller to learn about how they worked with the band on the show and what visitors can expect.