Johnson Banks has created an identity for the Open Knowledge Foundation, an organisation that promotes the opening up of data from Governments and other entities around the world.
Apple’s profits have dropped for the first time in ten years, with the computing giant reporting its quarterly results for January-March 2012.
Lloyds Banking Group says the revived TSB banking brand will be making a return to the UK’s high street across 632 branches this summer.
For its first solo show, husband-and-wife art and design team Quiet British Accent presents an interesting take on football paraphernalia.
Bristol-based consultancy Synth Media has created designs for Crunchd, a new social networking platform for people who grow their own produce.
It’s always nice to see a design that totally rethinks a concept – in this case, book shelves.
A round-up of this week’s news in brief.
GP Studio has re-designed the jewellery and watch departments of British luxury goods brand Asprey’s flagship store on New Bond Street, London.
Venturethree has branded The Palestinian Museum, with designs based on the idea of opening conversations between and about Palestinian people.
The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam is gearing up for its reopening this Saturday by releasing a food packaging range, designed by Irma Boom in collaboration with Skipintro.
Consultancy Mat Dolphin has created a new identity for fashion PR agency H PR.
Pilots: Navigating Next Models of Design Education is a month long season of experiments in education.