The wide-ranging redevelopment of Piccadilly Gardens will include a children’s playground, pedestrianised areas, new lighting and wayfinding.
The latest design news from across the UK and beyond, including rebrands, product launches, app redesigns, new interior spaces and social projects.
Studio partner Marina Willer has reimagined a 1970s logo for the film magazine’s new look, which launches with four cover stars.
London studio Among Equals has crafted the campaign, which takes inspiration from 1940s propaganda and reframes Churchillian language.
In-house design experts question the utility of portfolios when applying for jobs, instead preferring a more narrative approach with case studies where possible.
The studio has crafted an Americana-inspired identity for Curative, which has administered almost two million vaccines in the past year.
The design has been developed to reduce water, waste, emissions and energy use, with the aim to make it a standard across the events industry.
The spectacle company’s new app creates a 3D scan of users’ faces and suggests the best frames in a range of colours and technical customisations.
The design lab will invite students from the Royal College of Art to propose creative solutions for the climate crisis.
The library requires an identity for a new initiative, which looks to create a “single digital presence” for public libraries across the UK.
Three installations in total have been developed for the street, following an open call for “green” ideas earlier this year.
The new look features a redrawn wordmark, tweaked colours and a custom typeface, and was developed in collaboration with branding consultancy Mucho.
The new Munich-based design magazine hopes to make a case for print through a playful use of typography, graphics and materials.
Creative UK Group says that “meaningful” investment could create 300,000 new jobs and give the economy a £132.1bn boost.
Proposals to slash a specific funding stream directed at high-cost subjects like art, design and music in half were announced earlier this year.
The Glasgow-based design studio has sought to inject personality into Cub’s visual identity with an animal-inspired logotype.
The new space – which includes an inhabitable lighthouse and striped graphics – was inspired by workshops with patients, families and carers.
All the latest moves, changes and appointments happening across the design industry.
Thisaway’s sheep-inspired identity for the Snowdonia-based tour group adds a “deadpan” spin to the animal synonymous with the Welsh countryside.
As the south London area enters into a 12-year era of development, the studio has built a “future-proofed” brand influenced by heritage.
A new flexible place brand for the Norfolk and Suffolk regions hopes to support arts and culture organisations in the area.
A new editorial identity and website for the democracy-orientated organisation hopes to inspire action over apathy.
As part of our coverage of 2021’s graduate season, we’re spending five minutes with a selection of graduates from around the UK to talk about their work, practice and future
The annual celebration of emerging talent awarded projects that sought to diversify the curriculum and draw attention to melanoma among young people.
“Record numbers” of students have applied to university this year, revealing the “clear demand” for undergraduate study according to UCAS’ chief executive.