MV Works, a new initiative from Makerversity, is helping designers, programmers and entrepreneurs develop their projects through funding and support – from 3D printed shoes based on human skin, to
Armadillo branding uses zeroes and ones to reference raw data used in the work of the company, which “turns data into creative magic”.
The National Media Museum will rebrand in 2017 as part of a shift in focus, a realignment of its collections and the opening of a £1.5 million Ab Rogers-designed interactive gallery.
Comments from Morrisons chief executive David Potts suggest all stores will take on the new logo and there are signs it is rolling out across other communications.
Lippincott rebrands Principal and softens the brand to make it more approachable and optimistic to combat “customer inertia”.
The late sculptor and designer behind the prior mosaics at London’s Tottenham Court Road tube station, will be celebrated at a new exhibition at Yorkshire Sculpture Park this month.
Hattie Stewart, Sir Anish Kapoor and 698 other creatives design record sleeves for this year’s Secret 7″ exhibition and auction.
Stand has rebranded Glasgow Prestwick Airport so that it appeals to more user groups, connects airport services and represents a “progressive new Scotland”.
The kids’ ride-on luggage brand Trunki has lost its appeal that similar brand Kiddee had copied the product, on the basis that design rights are “intended to protect designs not ideas”.
The Clearing has rebranded Ascot and looked to strengthen its brand impact so that it stands apart from calendar event Royal Ascot.
Designers and design business experts look at what can be done to increase the representation of women in senior roles at design consultancies.
The V&A is calling for expressions of interest from designers to redesign its main shop as it calls for a new retail approach and closer dialogue between hospitality and collections.