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.
Design Week’s most popular graphics stories from 2019
From the Duolingo owl, to the Paris Olympics logo and the Qatar World Cup identity, these are the graphics projects that caught our readers’ attention this year.
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.
Protests against climate change and ecological destruction are currently taking place across the world – we speak to graphic designer, Clive Russell, about how the eco group has used creativity
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.
Design studio Landor has carried out the packaging project, making the Kellogg’s logo larger and using a bowl of cereal as a “visual centre point” on each pack across the
The co-founder and creative director at Territory Projects discusses why designers should be using technology to bring brands to life, from movement and interactive touchscreens to virtual and augmented reality.
The logo, a combination of the country’s heritage, will be shared by the Olympic and Paralympic Games for the first time.
Johnson Banks has designed the front and back cover for the band’s latest box set, The Later Years, in collaboration with Hipgnosis co-founder Aubrey Powell.
The in-house design team at ITV has curated a year-long project, which will see different artists, designers and photographers reinterpret the TV channel’s branding.
The new identity designed by The Allotment features a “heart” motif referencing the airport’s location in the centre of the capital and uses a blue and green colour palette to
This year’s designs have been created by Charlie Smith Design, alongside paper-cutting duo Hari and Deepti.
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.
Lettering artist Andy Smith has been commissioned to create 11 typographic posters that promote London’s cheapest travel options.
The updated international logo is a “true reflection of the Dutch mentality” and is central to a brand strategy based around openness, inventiveness and inclusivity.
The suicide prevention charity has been given a new look by Spencer Du Bois, which looks to help make it more appealing to younger audiences while highlighting what it offers
The new design created by Portuguese consultancy Unlock, takes inspiration from Arab winter shawls, and desert sand dunes
The internet browser has launched a new visual identity, which looks to reflect how it has expanded into other online services such as file-sharing, password protection and email checks for
The project, which centres around an updated “WB” shield, aims to lay the groundwork for the company’s future ahead of its centenary in 2023.
The new look, which includes revised colours, illustration guides, graphics and a bespoke typographic styling, aims to strengthen Duolingo’s brand identity across its expanding product line.