Unicef today became the latest children’s charity to launch a new brand identity, following NSPCC this week and the Children’s Society last month. Here, we look at the differences and similarities in each charity’s approach, and why so many organisations in the sector are looking to reinvent themselves…
Rebranding a charity involves a complex process of consultation and research. David Law of SomeOne talks to CR about the work that went into its new brand identity for The Children’s Society and the issues it hopes to address
CR’s pick of exhibitions, design events and creative activities for the week ahead, including London Design Fesitval, ICA Off-site: A Journey Through London Subculture: 1980s to Now, Astronomy Photographer of the Year Awards and exhibition, Studio Myerscough at the Library of Birmingham, Xerography exhibition at Firstsite in Colchester, Brighton Digital Festival, pop-up photo event Photoville NYC, and photojournalism festival Visa Pour l’Image in Perpignan, France.
In 2001, Acumen became one of the first of a new breed of ‘impact investment’ companies providing investment in the developing world. Twelve years on, johnson banks has designed a new identity for the organisation and collaborated on a manifesto for the work it does in tackling world poverty