British Design 2004-2005: Branding and Graphic Design, Packaging Design, New Media Design, Interior, Retail and Event Design, Product Design

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BIS Publishers
BIS, 2004 - Design - 240 pages
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British Design 2005 is the second edition of BIS Publishers' showcase of creative studios and consultancies in Britain - a veritable who's who of UK design. The works of many newly successful and upcoming firms are presented here for the first time, together with the work of established firms that some how always manage to stay at the cutting edge. This book reflects the changes that have taken effect in the design industry over the last two years and emphasizes the imperative that designers (and clients) must differentiate through creativity. British Design 2005 provides an instant impression of each participating studio's creative output and offers instant inspiration for those who must provide creative input.

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Contents

Foreword by Rudolf van Wezel
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Does Design make a Difference to Business?
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Alembic Design Consultants
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