The Disney Channel unveils a revamped graphics package and logo later this month, created by US-based group Razorfish. The culmination of a 12-month project, it is the first time the channel has been refreshed in more than five years. The work incorporates a ‘contemporary combination’ of Walt Disney’s signature and a three-circle shape evocative of Mickey Mouse. It will be applied globally, but has the ‘flexibility for markets to incorporate local references’, according to a spokeswoman.
The Design Museum has named the installation which allowed children from neighbouring countries to play with one another the Beazley Design of the Year.
With designers’ mental health taking a hit during the pandemic, the studio has developed MindFull to help its peers “feel a little less blue”.
The industry-standard musical interface’s first-ever rebrand is inspired by musical forms such as the Stuttgart pitch.
After years of struggling to find glasses that fit, the brains behind Reframd are using tech to design frames to fit the “face landmarks” of Black people.