The 166-year-old high street bank has been given a new visual identity by Rufus Leonard, which aims to “declutter” the brand and help it appeal to younger people.
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Among our biggest stories of the year: Facebook was sued over its cryptocurrency logo, VW hoped that a line of electric vehicles would brighten its future, and Duolingo took a step closer to becoming more “gamified”.
London-based studio Red&White has given the global company a new identity in time for its 50th birthday, to increase awareness of its range of tech services, from cyber-security to digital
The car manufacturer is rebranding for a “more modern and authentic” look four years after the company’s global emissions scandal.
The sweets brand has launched a new campaign, which sees four limited edition pouch designs created to mark Pride events happening across the UK this Summer.
The logo, a combination of the country’s heritage, will be shared by the Olympic and Paralympic Games for the first time.
Turkey’s national airline, which flies to 122 countries worldwide, has been given a branding refresh by Imagination, centred around a wave graphic that references the different continents the carrier serves.
The app has a new look that aims to discourage users from “game-like” swiping and mass-dating, and instead inspire them to form long-term relationships.
The collaborative working tool, used by employees to chat and share projects, has a new “simplified” logo with a smaller colour palette, that does away with the brand’s characteristic slanted
The CEO of bank start-up, Current, says the social media platform “ripped off” his company’s logo.
This year’s designs have been created by Charlie Smith Design, alongside paper-cutting duo Hari and Deepti.
The brand has lost the right to trademark a symbol of three parallel lines appearing in “any direction”, on the basis that this is not unique to Adidas.
Norway’s capital has been rebranded by design consultancy Creuna, which aims to strengthen links between the municipality and its citizens.
The redesign, which was carried out in-house, features many updated illustrations and new animations throughout the app, which is aiming to offer a richer user experience.
The poverty-fighting charity has a new identity, as does its annual televised fundraiser Red Nose Day, in a bid to create a distinction between the organisation and the event.
The rebrand by Blast Design is centred around a logo with ligature-inspired lettering and a graphic device made of joined-up lines, to express the idea of “bringing people together”.
The furniture store will include a range of green energy features, such as solar panels and rainwater collection systems, and will have a roof garden open for use by the