AFID Design founder Michael Armstrong will exhibit his +T2A table at the Launch2006 event for contemporary designers in the North East. The show kicks off a four-day run on 21
The idea of an industry body controlled by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport handing out accreditation to successful businesses in the creative sector fills me with horror (DW
Wolff Olins has been appointed by Visit London body London Unlimited to develop a brand for the city. The consultancy fought off several other groups in a pitch and will
Kim Hartley has left brand consultancy Lippincott Mercer to join Construct. Hartley was senior associate at Lippincott Mercer for two years, and creative director of graphics at Four IV prior
Bubble has been appointed to design the website for architect Arca. The creative group has been briefed to create a modern, design-led site that will feature live RSS news feeds
Walking-Chair has made its name with unlikely designs, such as a chandelier for a bare light bulb, and composes a song for each product. Hannah Booth talks to Fidel Peugeot,
That eagerly awaited time of year has arrived again – The Top 100 Consultancy Survey. As usual, the survey raises the odd eyebrow or two and sheds yet more light
Those of us of a certain age will recall that accreditation (DW 25 May) raises its head periodically, and particularly at a time when design bodies are casting around for
Glimpses of long-awaited revamps for both Orange and Vodafone were seen for the first time this week.
The truly successful designs don’t go away easily. Hugh Pearman marvels at the old British Rail logo, which is getting yet another lease of life Some logos are so strong,
The Essex-based arts complex Firstsite is putting together a team of designers to undertake a raft of projects, as it prepares to move into a £16.5m venue designed by New
The New Statesman unveils its radically overhauled design tomorrow, as part of a relaunch intended to explode the left-wing weekly’s worthy-but-dull image.