News in brief round-up

A round-up of this week’s news in brief.

Tad Trylski

Lighting design consultancy Light Bureau has appointed Tad Trylski as new design director, partly taking over the role of former design director Paul Nulty. Trylski was previously group manager of lighting design and projects at German company Erco Lighting.

Moira Gemmill, director of design at the Victoria & Albert Museum, is among a group of new members appointed to the board of the Society of Environmental Graphic Design.

Glasgow Science Centre is seeking a consultancy to design interactive exhibits that explore the structure and function of the human body. For more information visit http://ted.europa.eu reference 2012/S 13-020809.

Nahid Majid

Nahid Majid has been appointed as the new director of Design Council Cabe. Majid replaces former director Di Haigh, who had worked to merge the Design Council with Cabe last year.

Linde Werdelin watchmakers has appointed Route Digital to design and build its new e-commerce website. The consultancy will also be responsible for managing all the brand’s digital touch-points on and offline, and it is hoped the main site will launch within the first quarter of this year.

B&W Studio has created a new brand identity for garden designer Jamie Dunstan. Steve Wills, B&W Studio creative director, says the’ modular, organic form’ of the  ‘J’ marque aims to reflect Dunstan’s ‘personality and design sensibility’. Dunstan won a gold medal and the prize for Best Urban Garden at the 2011 Chelsea Flower Show

Design consultancy Nixon has been appointed to rebrand and create new websites for Halcyon Hotels and Resorts. Nixon has previously worked on rebranding two hotels for the group and will now work across the Luxury Family Hotels account on creating seven new websites and branding projects.

Clarion

The District has created a new website for Clarion recruitment consultancy, which provides British Sign Language/English interpreters, note takers, lipspeakers, deaf-blind interpreters and deaf awareness training.

Manchester-based consultancy Drumbeat Creative has created a new portfolio brochure for The Peel Group network of businesses.

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