News in brief round-up

Liverpool-based consultancy Milky Tea has has appointed Liliana Ashton as managing director. Ashton replaces former MD and founder, Jonathan Holmes who has moved to the role of chief executive.


Phaus is designing the interiors for Manchester-based Equestrian retailer Naylors Equestrian. It created new branding for the store over the last 18 months, and has since created the store and landscape design and in-store brand communication and navigation.


THOUGHT by design has created a new identity for Bremont, the British watch brand. The rebrand aimed to define Bremont’s personality and positioning, and THOUGHT created a new signature, core colour palette, typography and image style. It also created a new website for the brand.


Avenue Design has created the identity for the new Kensington and Chelsea Credit Union ‘Your Credit Union’ brand. The identity will be seen across flyers, posters, stationery and other printed collateral.


The Brand Nursery has created a new website and exhibition graphics for US healthy snack brand Terrafina. The consultancy previously created a new identity for the company, introducing new strapline ‘a healthy obsession’.

Small Back Room has appointed Jason Hesdon as business development director and Tim Cown as senior account director.

Suffolk-based consultancy Spring has created a new website for fashion retailer Spear and Hubble. Spring previously created new branding for the company, using the Faricy font in black on yellow.

Mr B

Bath-based consultancy Mr B and Friends has created a new identity for customer experience assessment company Investor In Customers. The consutlancy says it has based the identity around the Be Remarkable brand proposition.

Rufus Leonard has appointed Lindsay Wall as client services director and Charlotte Anderson as business development director.


Fiasco Design has completed its identity for software company Content Hub. The new branding will be shown across all printed collateral and the new website. The graphic device is inspired by Dieter Rams’ principles of design, according to Fiasco; with the final concept based on ‘analysis and data; fact rather than fiction.’


B&B Studio has worked with Firefly drinks to create limited edition Selfridges packaging for the Lemon, Lime and Ginger variant. The bottle uses the Selfridges pantone 109 yellow, and will be available for about three months.

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