The new “simplified” designs have been influenced by audience research showing that the BBC’s previous look was “old fashioned”.
Design Week’s most popular graphics stories of 2021
From fast-food chain overhauls, to colourful basketball courts and brand mascot makeovers, there was no shortage of graphics stories in 2021. These are the ones that most caught reader attention.
Our Design Agency has created the new look for Relish (previously Active Minds) which produces games and activities for people living with dementia.
The redesign will affect Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola Zero Sugar and Diet Coke, and is the first global packaging update since 2016.
The French marque has revealed the first major redesign of its diamond-shaped logo since 1992.
Fresh from releasing a Covid vaccine, Pfizer has revealed a new logo and identity to signal a shift from “commerce to science”.
Non-fungible tokens and crypto art have shot to popularity in recent weeks with a series of high-profile and high-value pieces – but what are they and should designers be paying
The moustachioed mascot for Pringles UK has been given his first makeover in 20 years in a redesign from Jones Knowles Ritchie.
As part of major redesign, the established French marque has unveiled its latest logo: a pared-back coat of arms adorned with its lion’s head.
The property website has revealed a rebrand, including a new logo, typeface and shift of its signature purple shade.
From Colonel Sanders to Coco the Monkey, mascots can be some of the most resonant parts of brands. But how do you create a good one and keep it current?
The new look features a redrawn logo inspired by the brands visual history, as well as a bespoke typeface, updated packaging and new uniforms.
The low-cost sports kit retailer has dropped the ‘.com’ in its latest identity overhaul which focuses on accessibility for consumers.
San Francisco-based design studio Play has provided a new analogue-inspired look for Musk’s future-facing neurotechnology company.
The Swedish manufacturers has unveiled a flat logo redesign, as part of a wider brand update intended to tie into ongoing automotive trends.
The social media platform has updated its five-year-old brand identity with paint-splattered photography and its first ever propriety typeface, Chirp.
A new Delayed Gratification book presents 200 infographics which hopes to explain the world – from working out the best Bond to the international cost of cocaine.
The new look for the online store seeks to set itself up for “significant future growth”, and includes a redrawn logo, custom typeface and redesigned packaging.
From Los Angeles to London, designers are hoping to energise urban life with poster campaigns, digital work and in some cases a complete strategy overhaul.
The new issue of LogoArchive zine explores branding design in Renaissance Europe and makes the case for its influence on mid-century modernist designers.