Brandbook Supplement

Brand Communications

It is always a challenge to achieve branding that reflects the culture of your business or service and gives you a competitive edge over your rivals. Add to that the

Kennedy Healthcare flyer by The Gate Worldwide

Subtle Impact

In professional services, the downturn favours those who are clear about their offer and communicate it distinctly. Maeve Hosea hears the case put by law firms and chartered accountants on

Pipe replacement work in Chinatown, London

In the pipeline

The branding opportunities that arose from the privatisation of utility provision mean that companies are taking communications seriously, and new technology will offer further potential for differentiation. Matthew Valentine reports

Tom Foulkes, Head of development marketing, retail Land Securities

Tough it out

In a recession you’ve got to keep investing – and find the right tone of voice for addressing your market

Commode by Pearson Lloyd and Kirton Healthcare

Creative Arena – Case study: Design Bugs Out

A project for the Department of Health has created widespread public-sector interest by pioneering a practical model for design procurement strategies, and public/private sector working arrangements. Infections such as MRSA

Creative arena

It’s looking good for design in the public sector, with an emphasis on innovation and a thirst for work that can make a real difference. Matthew Valentine considers some key

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Design Manchester 2017 announces line-up

The annual design festival is back for its fifth edition this October, and will feature Pentagram partner Naresh Ramchandani, Buzzcocks’ record sleeve designer Malcolm Garrett and an exhibition on Lucienne