The newly opened £1.7bn Westfield London shopping centre has been labelled ‘a missed opportunity’ by a branding consultancy. Siegel & Gale managing director Fred Burt, who attended the launch yesterday,
Cravens has designed a new website for Northumberland tourist attraction The Alnwick Garden. The Alnwick Garden, best known for its Poison Garden, which features a variety of dangerous plants, appointed
Digital consultancy Beef has designed a website for Theatre Bristol, and will be rolling out six sites across the South West for the company, which is looking to develop the
Brighton-based consultancy Neo Creative has designed Greenpeace’s annual report. The group has previously designed a number of reports for the environmental charity, including False Hope – Why Carbon Storage Won’t
Communications giant WPP has published its financial results for quarter three, showing that overall growth across all sectors has fallen below expectation.
The Design Museum is in the early stages of planning to move from its Shad Thames home to west London.
Public-realm plans proposing a strategy for Europe’s largest industrial estate, Park Royal, have been unveiled in London this morning.
The Photographers’ Gallery has unveiled the shortlist for the 2009 Deutsche Börse Photography Prize. The four shortlisted artists are British photographer Paul Graham, Palestine-born Emily Jacir, and US artists Tod
IPC Ignite’s in-house team has relaunched its computer games website www.mousebreaker.com.
Broadcaster Sky has axed a design director, a creative director and five designers from its in-house team Sky Creative, with further redundancies rumoured to be in the pipeline. The designers
The Royal Parks is putting together its first-ever marketing services roster, which will draw on a range of external design skills. The organisation is an executive agency of the Department
Leicester’s £60m Curve Theatre, designed by architect Rafael Viñoly and branded by Morning Design, opens this week after more than six years of design and development. The theatre, with 750-