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The biggest packaging design stories, from food and drink packaging to new trends in environmental sustainability and the latest debates around unbranded cigarette packets.
Economic repercussions of the global virus outbreak on companies are likely to be “severe”. Could “agile” supply chains be the answer?
Design Bridge director of storytelling Holly Kielty says that women over 50 have become a “forgotten audience” who they can no longer afford to ignore.
With a focus on handcraft, the Glasgow-based design studio has reinvented the distillery-pub’s brand through a new logo, labelling system and artwork.
Design studio Reggie London has created new branding for Oxsight, a technology company that creates glasses which aims to help those with sight loss.
The British condom manufacturer’s new brand positioning supposedly takes a stand against “sexual taboos, stigmas and outdated, non-inclusive attitudes”.
The Italian aperitif has been given a new look and feel, including packaging design and wordmark, by Milan-based studio Robilant Associati.
The independent brewer’s new look has been created with Made Thought and marks a change in the company’s positioning as it looks to embrace a more sustainable future.
Design Bridge has branded Callaly, a tampon subscription service, with an identity that’s “graphical” and retains a “woman’s touch”.
The Yoto Player — a connected speaker with a light-up smiley face — can play stories, music, radio and podcasts for children.
Entries are open for the Design Week Awards. We’re building on the success of last year’s new look awards by overhauling our digital categories and bringing you another accessible ceremony.
As part of our series of design in 2020, Claudia Morris, creative director at B&B studio, looks at what will happen in packaging design in the next 12 months.
From a Santa lifestyle brand, to a brain-teasingly festive mobile app, these are our favourite projects this Christmas season.
The project was led by Leeds-based branding consultancy Robot Food, who came up with the brewery’s original identity back in 2015.
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
The designer took to the stage at Design Manchester’s DM19 conference to warn against the “sans serification” of digital design and to champion the side hustle.
University of Sussex student Lucy Hughes had previously won the national UK prize, and has now been awarded £30,000 to develop the invention.
With the upcoming release of her two new books, Design Week speaks to the graphic designer about our annotated world, crossing over into science and why she wants everyone to
From a law firm rebrand based on “murmurations” to an inventive use of drowned bicycles, these are some of our favourite projects from the last month.
Always has removed the Venus symbol from its sanitary products in a bid to be more inclusive to transgender customers. While this has been welcomed by the trans community and
The new look, developed by Cornwall-based designers Kingdom & Sparrow, aims to get the “newer generation of beer drinkers” engaged with the heritage beer brand.
From a women’s charity rebrand to a banana-based visual identity for a food market, these are some of our favourite projects from the last month.
PackScore, developed by the British Plastics Federation, aims to help product designers create easily recyclable packaging.