Warrington Council has sparked an identity crisis among its citizens with the decision to banish its old logo, replacing it with a brand new version at the cost of £30
The Victoria & Albert Museum is set to establish a presence north of the border for the first time, in partnership with the University of Dundee.
The University of Bath has revealed plans to open a new interdisciplinary arts complex which will replace its existing facilities and result in significant expansion. Though the university’s press office
As the groundswell of support for an Early Day Motion urging manufacturers to cut back on excess packaging grows, designers are considering the effect such a move would have on
Knowledge network Designplus is set to cross the stratosphere between design and science with a symposium and research networking event at Kingston University. The integration of design and science, with
Aquent, the US-based recruitment and staffing giant, has announced its acquisition of UK recruitment consultancy Pricejamieson. The group will retain its name, but will be absorbed into the Aquent global
The Bible Society has launched a campaign using seven riddles in the form of ‘Have I got news for you’ headlines, designed by Arthur Steen Horne Adamson.The consultancy was approached
Students in the Royal College of Art’s design products department are contributing to an exhibition about the Great Eastern Hotel, with individual interpretations of the hotel expressed through reactive installations
The St Luke’s-backed design group The Nest is closing its interiors offering to focus on brand communications and graphics, resulting in the departure of two creative directors and a number
British fashion retailer Reiss has signed up Universal Design Studio to create the design for its forthcoming London flagship store, dropping Draw Associates from the project only a few months
The Design Industry Skills Development Plan, the initiative set up by the Design Council in conjunction with Creative & Cultural Skills in April 2005, is to present its findings to
Hilary Cottam, former director of the Design Council’s Red unit, has revealed that her next venture will be called Participle. It will launch a ‘major’ London-focused project this autumn.