Chase Design Group has developed an artful new look for Häagen Dazs shops intended to reflect a “Thät’s Dazs” personality. The project included creating the entire look and feel, as well as an entire visual identity system, for the brand.
The Working Assembly executes a visual refresh and creative campaign for singles dating app Stir, projecting a sense of levity and playfulness and flirtation. Outdoor posters and a refreshed interface are key to the launch.
When Blendco Systems introduced an innovative car care product, they turned to brand design agency Xhilarate to create a visual identity and branding system that underscored the concept of protection.
Brand and digital studio Koto unveils a refreshed brand identity for Glassdoor. It coincides with the launch of a new mobile app and web experience, and positions the company as a community for real workplace conversations.
This 21st annual study by founder Bill Gardner provides a sweeping overview of logo trends gleaned from over 30,000 examples reviewed this year, as well as insights and musings on the cultural and commercial contexts from which they arise.
BLVR’s new brand positioning and identity pays homage to Belmont Park’s heritage and the vibrant culture of San Diego, radiating the warmth of the sun, an iconic roller coaster, and a sense of adventure.
Independent agency, Jackson Spalding, introduces a new visual identity and website, with a goal of treating itself as a client and underscoring a years-long transformation to serve brands as a fully integrated agency.
Research by System 1 on social media logos shows a universal consumer dislike of all logos, but Twitter X leads race to bottom.
Hilary Lentini has been inducted into Marquis Who’s Who. Lentini is an experienced business owner and award-winning graphic designer who has been in the industry for over three decades.
After 14 years of a more mature logo, design studio Roger rebrands Nickelodeon with a return of the splat, the aggressive use of 3D, and new color pairings, to take the channel to new heights.
Our 23rd digital design awards saw record-breaking entries and here is a select showcase of winners. The contest formerly known as ‘Web Design’ has been expanded to better amplify the power of design to enhance online experiences.
As CBX marks its 20th anniversary, Satoru Wakeshima, a 17 year veteran of the agency, will balance the growing needs of current clients as well as looking ahead to the next 20 years.
LBB was involved from top-to-bottom, creating Rock Pile’s brand identity creating all the graphic elements from the logo, color palette, typography, and supporting marketing collateral.
Self-hypnosis app reveri is launching a new brand identity by creative agency Mother Design that debunks the stigma that shrouds hypnosis with design that centers on focus and not lack of control.
Span studio designed a modern, inclusive brand identity system for Nazareth University. Founded by women and originally a Catholic school, Nazareth has evolved into a non-denominational community of learners from diverse backgrounds and faiths.
Seattle Pride has a new theme: Galactic Love. The visual identity, developed by creative agency People People, is said to capture the essence of the queer community as one big, extravagant galaxy.
TBWA establishes Design by Disruption® (DXD) to unite TBWA’s design capabilities and craft design that lives at ‘the heart and speed of culture.’ The global studio is headed by Bruno Regalo who says that ‘we believe design is omnipresent and unskippable.’
Petcare brand Hartz and creative media agency of record Cutwater have partnered to launch a new brand platform and national campaign. ‘Unconditional love’ is intended to embrace the whole experience of pet families, even the challenging moments.
A wide-ranging group of typographic practitioners age 35 and under are recognized for their outstanding talent. The TDC Ascenders competition was first launched in 2018.
HEINZ announces its first new global platform in its 150-year history. The “It Has to be HEINZ” campaign by Wieden+Kennedy is inspired by real-life stories of fans’ love of the brand, its ketchup and beans, and other varied products.
Design studio Play created joyful graphics and messaging to underscore Avala’s commitment to building an equitable digital labor economy. Starting with a single pixel of data as a visual theme, Play instilled personality and purpose.
Xhilarate rebrands Life Plan community Meadowood to emphasize amenities and activities. Russ Napolitano of the design firm explains that the target audience for senior communities is getting younger, more active and engaged.
AIGA Worldstudio Scholarships support under-recognized and economically disadvantaged students pursuing degrees in graphic design, photography, and illustration. This year’s jury has now been announced.
“The One Show is 50 years young, and we continually strive to push boundaries, remain relevant, and are constantly evolving as the industry does,” says CEO Kevin Swanepoel. Apple, BBDO, W+K are among the big winners.
The road to the 2026 FIFA World Cup officially began when FIFA released the official logo for soccer’s biggest tournament, featuring an actual image of the World Cup trophy.
The history of Stella Artois and its logo dates back to 1366 in Leuven, Belgium. This means there is a probability that the beer portrayed in historical paintings throughout Europe could be a Stella Artois, and thus an advertising campaign was born.