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Training course to delve into colour

The University of the West of England is running a four-day colour research training course on the psychological and physiological effects of colour.

Strategies to deliver the creative stuff

If there are two things printers notoriously lack, and dont often do anything to improve, its their management and marketing skills. Fortunately for HPM Creative Solutions (or Hillprint as it used to be known) directors Richard Mortimer and Peter Groves had enough experience to know that the knowledge they lacked could be gained in two ways: first, training, and second, by calling in external help.

Touching the senses

When car manufacturer Volvo launched its new C30 model it wanted to create a marketing campaign that was memorable and impactful. The main thrust of the promotion would ask potential customers whether or not they loved or hated the car; customers would...

The Olympic sport of logo bashing

Nothing equals a new logotype for fomenting public outrage. Arguably, the disquiet that greeted the introduction of the logo for the London Olympic Games was unprecedented in its venom and immediacy. As 400,000 of public money has been expended on the branding, I guess the right to criticise cannot be denied.

Unite backs anti-racism posters

Print union Unite has supported a range of anti-racism posters designed by graphic design students at Leicester College and Leeds College of Art and Design.

Pantone bolsters Smart colour range

Pantone has expanded its Smart colour range, with the launch of a Fashion+Home cotton selector, which is sold as a two-book set for 1,028.

Precision Colour Printing unveils rose catalogue

Precision Colour Printing in Shropshire and David Austin Roses, breeders of English roses, have launched a catalogue to promote the world-famous roses to coincide with this years Chelsea Flower Show.

Gilbert & George link with BBC and Guardian for art download

Gilbert & George are offering art lovers the opportunity to download a new creation in a tie-up with the BBCs Imagine programme and The Guardian newspaper.

Suffolk Design Print and Media wins council design contract

Suffolk Design Print and Media has won a 750,000 contract to provide design, printing and bulk photocopying services to St Edmundsbury Borough Council.

Bezier rolls out multimedia PoS work for Fox DVD

Bezier has produced a range of point-of-purchase (PoP) material to tie in with the release of 20th Century Foxs Night at the Museum DVD.

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