Landor Associates, The Brand Union, Addison, The Partners and Fitch have been singled out as having performed particularly well in 2007, according to WPP’s preliminary results for the full year.
The Royal College of Art will open its fourth Ceramic Art London selling exhibition today. The three-day event brings 80 of the world’s ceramicists to the capital, to display their
Eight high profile designers are collaborating on a wedding for a Finnish couple marrying today. The wedding, titled ‘It’s a Beautiful Day: A Winter Wedding’, is taking place in Helskinki
The deadline for entry to Design Week’s Top 100 Consultancy Survey 2008 has been extended to 10 March. Forms can be downloaded from Design Week’s homepage www.designweek.co.uk Please click here
Today sees the opening of the second Form show at London’s Olympia, which pitches design alongside contemporary art. According to a spokeswoman for Form, design is playing a major role
Research Studios is launching a motion-graphics design department this week, to be headed up by founder Neville Brody. The new department will specialise in television branding, broadcast design, channel graphics
Ted Baker’s in-house design team has been working with the London Transport Museum on the creation of a range of clothing, staff uniforms and personal accessories.
Family support charity Home-Start is launching a new identity this week, created by London-based communications consultancy This Way Up.
The Westfield Group, the company behind London’s forthcoming £1.6bn Westfield shopping mall, is compiling a shortlist of wayfinding consultancies, as details emerge of a disagreement between it and incumbent Portland
The long-awaited arts centre for the Midlands, The Public, is to open in July, two years late. Designed by architect Will Alsop with interiors by Hacienda designer Ben Kelly, the
The Institute of Contemporary Arts will auction six unique commissioned objects by Tom Dixon and other designers at its gala fundraising event tonight. The ICA, partnered with Veuve Clicquot, aims
The shift towards softer, more emotional and intuitive brands and products will be just one of the trends that designers need to be aware of next season, says trend research