Everyone loves receiving post. Unfortunately, the dull thud of letters landing on the door mat is often followed by a disheartening sigh as yet more bills arrive through the letterbox.
The Design Week team has been thrown into turmoil – our phone lines are down. If you have any urgent enquiries please email. And despite it being the 1 April
It’s amazing how fickle design groups can be. When times are good, they want to crow about their success. But when the chips are down, while they may draw together
The Central Office of Information says perceptions of it as a ’bullying’ state monopoly are wide of the mark, as it unveils a new flexible procurement process.
Uniform has created a visual identity for Liverpool’s Ropewalks area, which encompasses the city’s Chinatown.
The Modern Art Oxford gallery is set to relaunch this month with new marketing materials, a new website and a new exhibition space.
Architect Stiff & Trevillion is working on a refurbishment of The Arts Club in London, as Lambie-Nairn prepares to launch a new identity for the Mayfair-based club.
The British Heart Foundation is publishing a series of ten heart health booklets for the general public, created by Hat-Trick Design.
Government design buyers will be able to bypass the Central Office of Information from certain aspects of procurement under a new arrangement that comes into force this week.
Webb & Webb Design has created a new look for the Harry Potter ‘signature’ series of books, which will launch in November.
Elmwood has created a new identity for Cable & Wireless Communications, one of two groups created following the demerger of the 140-year-old Cable & Wireless plc.
Someone founder and creative director Simon Manchipp has declared that the logo is dead.