News in brief round-up

Radnor Hills Water

Shropshire based Matthew Mills Graphic Design has created a new brand for Radnor Hills Water, used across the brand’s plain, fruits and fizz variants. Further ranges are expected to roll out into schools, where the brand is mostly sold, later this year.

Heartlands brand

Cornish consultancy A-Side Studio has created new branding and a website for Heartlands, a visitor attraction and heritage site in Redruth, Cornwall. The logo uses a heart-shaped isometric form; while the website features an interactive map, events calendar and bespoke content management system.

N.Peal
 

Campbell Hay has been appointed to create a new visual identity for luxury cashmere brand N.Peal. The new branding will incorporate themes form the brand’s 1930s heritage, and will be sued across the brand’s flagship boutique in the Burlington arcade in Mayfair.

Tim Smith has been appointed as senior designer at All Of Us. Smith was formerly senior designer at GRDD, and will join All Of Us at the end of the month.

Color Forecast homepage
 

Belgian consultancy Happiness Brussels has created a colour forecasting website and app to help shoppers choose their clothes. The project is for women’s fashion label Pimkie.

LBi has been appointed to work on Honda’s websites across Europe. Appointed following a pitch process, the consultancy has been tasked with developing an online customer engagement platform.

Dragon Rouge head of sustainability Fiona Bennie

Fiona Bennie is joining Dragon Rouge as head of sustainability. Bennie joins from sustainable development organisation Forum for the Future, where she was principal sustainability advisor.

Fresh Student Living identity

Response has rebranded student accommodation provider Fresh Student Living. The consultancy was appointed to the work following a four-way strategic and creative pitch.

Integrated consultancy Momentum has been appointed as Asda’s in-store event partner, and will work on customer retail and entertainment experiences across its UK stores.

Ben Gainey has been apponted as head of development at Cambridge-based integrated consultancy Mobas. Gainey was formerly senior software developer at Edelman’s digital media department Spook Media.

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