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Apple iPhone designer Jonathan Ive has been shortlisted for the Morgan Stanley Great Britons Creative Industry Award 2007.
London-based consultancy Kemistry has hired a new team to accommodate its future expansion plans.
UK business school the University of Bath School of Management is to develop its brand proposition with the appointment of Sampson May. Following a four-way credentials pitch earlier this month,
Swiss telecoms giant Swisscom is to rebrand itself with a unifying visual identity at the beginning of next year. Designed by Moving Brands, with a wordmark by Dalton Maag, the
Tesco has dropped Corporate Edge as its corporate communications consultancy after seven years, and appointed 35 Communications in its place. 35 beat three other consultancies – the incumbent, Salter Baxter
The London 2012 Olympics organisers are to shortlist consultancies for the games’ design and creative services panel in the new year, following delays caused by a ‘huge level of interest’.
Bespoke gentlemen’s tailor Gieves & Hawkes is promoting its refined image with a fresh identity and packaging, designed by London-based consultancy Small. Small, which was appointed in January following a
Luxury carmaker and ultimate ‘cool’ brand Aston Martin has stepped up a gear with the launch of its first standalone design studio, which is adjacent to its manufacturing centre in
Paola Antonelli, the design curator of New York’s Museum of Modern Art, has been promoted to the position of senior curator of the museum’s department of architecture and design. Antonelli,
Venture Three is designing the identity for Heathrow Airport’s Personal Rapid Transit System. The branding group was appointed in March to create the name, identity, positioning, tone-of-voice, and communications materials
Car manufacturer Skoda’s Design Writer of the Year award has been handed to writer and journalist Glen Smale. Smale won the Laurin and Klement prize for his book Jaguar E-type: