Elmwood Creates Branding for Trauma Charity, ‘Day One’

Global brand design consultancy Elmwood has worked with new Yorkshire-based trauma charity Day One to create a new brand concept that coincided with its recent launch. Elmwood conceived a complete identity for Day One including its name, tone of voice, branding, and visuals, which would work across launch banners, posters, stationery, web design, information packs […]
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SomeOne Unveils New Brand Identity for The Children’s Society

Brand consultancy SomeOne has revealed a new identity for The Children’s Society. It is the first time the charity has changed its visual identity in 16 years. General awareness of the charity’s work has fallen over the last few years, and so a more “impactful” look was sought after. The visual identity aims to place […]
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Foursquare Unveils New Logo and App Design

Location-based social networking service Foursquare has previewed a redesign of its logo and original mobile app. The existing bouncing-ball logo has been replaced by a new pink-coloured “F” flag, while a revised typeface is rendered in a darker shade of blue. “Our logo is changing from the check-in checkmark to something representing the new Foursquare. […]
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Embrace Creates New Brand Identity for Charity, SATRO

Communications agency Embrace has completed a pro bono brief to create a new visual brand identity for independent charity SATRO. SATRO aims to inspire young people about their future careers. With the help of over 650 volunteers from local businesses, SATRO work with children from the start of school through to their final years in […]
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New York’s Cooper Hewitt Unveils New Identity by Pentagram

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum has revealed a new name and graphic identity, custom typeface and website to accompany the expansion of the museum, which will open to the public in November this year. Designed by Pentagram’s Eddie Opara, the identity aims to establish a flexible branding system for the museum built around a new […]
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Identity Design for the Willi Burth Museum in Germany

The late German cinema operator Willi Burth, along with designer Hans-Peter Zoller, helped create the ST 200, the world’s first “non-rewind” film platter system. The technical device was put into serial production in 1968 by German projector company Kinoton. Burth and Kinotone subsequently received a Scientific and Engineering Oscar from the Academy of Motion Picture […]
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Logo Design for Music Society ‘Harmonie Wesepe’

Wesepe is a small village located in the municipality of Olst-Wijhe, in the Dutch province of Overijssel. The village even has its own wind orchestra, which recently marked its 100th anniversary. As part of its centenary celebrations, the musical association also got an identity makeover thanks to Deventer-based graphic designer Peter Kortleve. The designer says […]
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