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The latest news, analysis and opinion on visual identities, rebrands and logo design, from sports brands to start-up tech companies.
The Yoto Player — a connected speaker with a light-up smiley face — can play stories, music, radio and podcasts for children.
It’s one of the biggest fashion trends of the last 30 years, but despite sharper styling and direction than ever, brand leaders tell Design Week the key to authentic streetwear
The partnership between the shopping giant’s streaming service and the world’s most-watched sports championship saw the first match streamed last year.
Alphabet has updated the identity of Football Beyond Borders with the aim of engaging the charity’s younger demographic.
The national branding identity — the country’s first – aims to drive development in various sectors, from tourism to business across the regions.
As more Scottish communities opt to design their own regional flags, Design Week explores where the trend comes from, and how the practice has been modernised.
The branding has been led by Manchester-based True North and positions the new museum with “all the charm, appeal and entertainment value of a top-bill seaside attraction”.
We asked designers what they are resolving to do differently this year and they showed us how the political disorder and climate crisis of 2019 will inform their work in
Brand consultancy Lantern has updated the children’s charity’s identity, including a new logo, bespoke typeface and an added digital focus.
As part of our series about design in 2020, Emma Barratt, creative director at Wolff Olins, looks at what brand design will look like over the next 12 months.
From a Santa lifestyle brand, to a brain-teasingly festive mobile app, these are our favourite projects this Christmas season.
Think you know what happened in design this year? Test yourself with our quiz.
It’s been a year marked by protest and politics, which has in turn given way to a host of memorable design moments – as it wraps up, we ask designers
Design studio Nice and Serious has given humanitarian organisation Start Network a new visual identity, based on the group’s “disruptive” thinking.
Witness, the charity that places importance on the use of video and technology to highlight human rights issues, has been rebranded to “encourage collaboration and participation”.
Grant Associates has been given a new identity by design studio Supple, which looks to put people “in mind of nature”.
We look back at our most popular stories across branding and logos from the last year, from a sustainable (and undeniably French) identity for the Paris Olympics to BT’s 50th
From an immersive rendering of King Kong to a map that breaks down the UK into 1400 songs, these are some of our favourite studio projects from November.
Established in 2002, the Mooncup was the first menstrual cup on the market – a brand overhaul from Bluemarlin looks to strengthen its position as an “ethical pioneer”.
Market value is set to reach almost £1 billion in the next five years, but experts say careful design is needed to ensure products don’t suffer from preconceived negative associations
Dutch design studio Clever Franke developed the “data-driven” identity for the singing competition’s 65th anniversary.
A restaurant redesign, visual update and revamped menu is being rolled out with the aim of reversing the burger chain’s fortunes.