This week’s news in brief round-up

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


The York office of Anthem worked with eight-year-old youngster Joshua to develop his designs for the Treasure chocolate bar as part of a special one-off edition of Jim’ll Fix It hosted by Shane Ritchie and broadcast on BBC1 on Boxing Day.

Fiasco Design has designed a new website for tailor Henry Poole, which is based on London’s Savile Row.


Chilli UK has rebranded Feasters, the microwave snacks brand owned by parent company Eatwell. The new identity and packaging uses more prominent icons ‘better communicate the speed element in preparing the snacks within a microwave’, according to the consultancy.

Family & Friends has created a new identity and packaging for James Whelan Butcher’s new range of products. Whelan has also launched a new Meat Emporium, featuring retail design by Felt.

Countryside Properties has appointed Mobas to create a website for its Great Kneighton development in Cambridge.

Dew Gibbons

Dew Gibbons has created new packaging for Procter & Gamble salon brand Nioxin, which addresses hair-thinning.

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