House of Commons Given New Visual Identity by SomeOne

Branding agency SomeOne has overhauled the identity system for the UK’s House of Commons. The old visual identity was produced back in 2009, with a focus primarily on traditional printed publications and stationery. Other touchpoints, for example, procedural documents, signage, commercial or, importantly, digital applications – such as social media, apps or external sites – […]
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UK Parliament Reveals New Logo Design by SomeOne

SomeOne has worked with the House of Commons and the House of Lords to develop an updated visual identity for the UK Parliament. The identity, which encompasses, among other things, a refreshed wordmark and new typography, is described as being “digitally-led”. For example, a revised version of the crowned portcullis, the principal symbol of the […]
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Siegel+Gale to Rebrand Auckland Castle

Auckland Castle Trust has today announced the appointment of Siegel+Gale and AMV BBDO to develop the brand identity and communications for Auckland Castle, one of Northern England’s most important historic buildings. Selected after a competitive pitch, the agencies will work together to breathe new life into the branding and communications for the 900-year-old historic home […]
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