• Transform magazine
  • December 12, 2018

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Putting Tasmania's West Coast on the map

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Australia’s southernmost state is best known for its wildlife, largely due to the popular Looney Toon named after the eponymous Tasmanian devil. Beyond wildlife, the current population of 520,000 plus residents call a land ful...

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California dreamin' drives place brand transformation

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The unique history of California has always inspired dreamers. There are sub-genres of literature and film dedicated to the California dream and to the dream of what California could be. In reality, the dreams that get portray...

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Around the world in three place brands

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This month, place branding made news around the world as three major projects celebrated the unique nature of cities, regions and nations. We highlight stories from Ireland, Australia and the UK...

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Brands bid customer loyalty goodbye

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International brands with net worths of billions don’t hesitate to invest in advertising campaigns with the hope of reaching a wide audience and connecting with it. The market however, is not the same as it used to be and ‘bra...

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Purple sphere inspires safety and flexibility in insurance company rebrand

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“We saw this brand review as a significant opportunity to reaffirm and align to our purpose by telling the IAG story more clearly, and to develop a simple, flexible visual identity,” says Brent Smart, CMO of Insurance Australi...

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Sustainable futures: Do the Green Thing

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For global brand consultancy Pentagram, sustainability has become a core practice largely due to the efforts of partner Naresh Ramchandani, whose charity Do the Green Thing campaigns for more environmentally aware branding and...

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Space race aesthetic returns in proposed Space Force logos

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The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa) is one of the US’ most frontier-breaking organisations. For decades, it has reached, quite literally, for the stars. Part of its mission is to act as a transparent, publ...

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Design-led medical clinic changes diagnostic approach

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In 1847, the American Medical Association was founded to regulate medical care and medical education. That helped New York’s Mount Sinai hospitals establish a standard for excellence throughout the 19th and 20th centuries, and...

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Refreshed brand links Tribe and college more closely

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The second-oldest university in the United States, the College of William & Mary, has a strong academic reputation, it is based in an iconic, colonial town and it has famously educated three early American presidents. Its athl...

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Five minutes with John Gambell

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Yale University has a sprawling, urban campus, a number of sub-brands and a strong logo. How has typography shaped its brand touchpoints and influenced its brand management strategy? Yale's university printer John Gambell disc...

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