News in brief round-up

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


Mr Gresty has created the website and animation for Ustar, a new company that creates short personalised movies in situations where it is difficult for users to film themselves. These are then delivered to them by mobile, soacil networks or online.

Symonds Design has created new branding for The Norwich PA Network, which represents PAs and business admin professionsals in the area.

National Trust

Milk Design has created the 50 things themed children’s lunchbox for the National Trust, which can be picked up at participating cafes and tearooms.

Volume has created the identity and website for new TV production company Ginger & Pickles.


MediaCityUK in Salford has launched a new website, designed by Drumbeat Creative. The site aims to showcase the ‘talent, vibrancy and productivity’ of MediaCityUK.


Stocks Taylor Benson has created new brand identities for Wickes’ kitchens offer. The three-tier branding is based around three ranges: Wickes Smart Kitchens, Wickes Style Kitchens and Wickes Statement Kitchens.


Zulver & Co has created the identity for Salubrium, a new health management business set up by Mark Giles.

Further has been appointed to design the corporate reporting suite for Network Rail over the next three years. The consultancy was appointed following a four-way pitch.


Real Studios has designed the Mahali Mzuri safari camp in Kenya for Virgin Limited Edition. The new safari camp opens in September.

Abraham Thomas has been appointed as the new director of the Sir John Soane’s Museum. Thomas, who starts the role in December, was formerly curator of designs at the Victoria & Albert Museum.

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