The groundswell of free wall charts dolled out by quality newspapers is inspiring designers to have some seasonal fun this year. In a clever reworking of the favourite family collectible,
It has emerged that Digit will not repitch for the redesign of Habitat’s website despite industry reports to the contrary. Digit created the existing Habitat site, www.habitat.net, in 2001 but has
Jimmy Choo has invoked its design rights to force Marks & Spencer to recall thousands of handbags that were similar in design to an evening bag created by the fashion
Plymouth City Council is to relaunch the city’s park and ride bus schemes, sporting a livery designed by local consultancy Bluestone Design.
Teletext has appointed Nucleus to create a ‘technologically innovative’ luxury travel brand for launch in 2007. Due to launch online next spring, the branded site will focus on the fast-growing
Joseph Barbera, the illustrator behind iconic cartoons such as Tom and Jerry and The Flintstones, has died aged 95. Barbera paired up with William Hanna in 1937 when he joined
The Design Business Association has confirmed it will carry out a full review of the judging criteria for its Design Effectiveness Awards Grand Prix winner next year. In a statement
Three designers are to receive honorary doctorates next year for services to industry.
The Jewish Chronicle is to undergo a redesign under John Belknap, the newspaper’s newly appointed creative director. Belknap took up his position at the newspaper this week and is tasked
Brewing giant InBev has undertaken a review of its design roster, though details of its new line up have yet to fully emerge.
The Whitechapel Gallery in London has this week appointed Holmes Wood to design an internal and external sign scheme, as part of its £10m expansion. The consultancy won the business
Loewy has entered a second week of deal-making with the surprise exit of one of its highest profile financial backers, Luke Johnson, just days after the acquisition of Williams Murray