The Pentagram partner has given the film and TV review website a new logo, icon range and colour palette for the first time since 2001.
Design Week’s most popular news stories of 2018
From the John Lewis rebrand to a new look for The Guardian – the biggest news stories from the last year.
Design studio SomeOne has given Parliament a rebrand to make it easier to access and use online, distinguishing it from the Houses of Parliament so it is centred around the
The two high-street retail chains, alongside their parent company John Lewis Partnership, have a new, unified identity, which looks to link up all three brands coherently and emphasise how employees
Free internet browser Firefox is branching out into new apps and services, and is undergoing a rebrand to reflect this, so parent company Mozilla has launched two possible identity designs
Design studio SomeOne has created a new visual identity for the Wolverhampton Wanderers, with the aim of helping the club target a “more global audience”.
F1’s logo, designed by Wieden + Kennedy last year, could face a copyright dispute because of its similarity to that of a compression tights brand owned by manufacturing giant 3M.
The department store chain has revealed a fresh new look and accompanying marketing campaign created by Mother Design, which follows a difficult financial year for the company.
The mobile-only bank has designed two debit cards that are portrait-orientated and hide customer details on the back, in a bid to improve security and be used more intuitively.
The graphic designer, who was also behind Calvin Klein’s latest rebrand, has given fashion house Burberry a new look, which has been revealed on Instagram this week.
The previously Virgin-owned trainline has been temporarily renationalised and taken over by the Government, and given a new name and identity to match by studio BrandCooke.
The terrestrial channel has a new look and a new, animated series of idents, created collaboratively between an in-house team and branding consultancy Superunion.
The Partners has rebranded the London theatre, giving it a circular, polygon-shaped logo that harks back to the original 16th century building.
Banking start-up Tide has revealed the portrait card design as part of a wider rebrand by consultancy Article.
Developer Zach Lieberman and artist Molmol Kuo have launched an app that lets users create typography and graphics in their surroundings by using augmented reality technology.
The animal charity has been renamed simply as Battersea, and its new identity features playful, watercolour illustrations that depict different breeds of cats and dogs.
The typeface is called TCCC Unity, and has been designed by Brody Associates and Coca-Cola’s in-house design team.
The tabloid has replaced the Berliner format, a new masthead has rolled out across all platforms and there’s a new pared back design offset with a colourful navigation system.
Abbott Miller has led the brand refresh, which sees an updated “blue box” logo that aims to work across both print and digital.
Dalziel & Pow has given the building society and bank a new store design that aims to create a more “homely” feel for high-street banks, while ditching closed counters to
The short-term rental brand has launched Airbnb Cereal, a new typeface set in six weights that looks to increase “readability” across its website and app, and print materials.