• Transform magazine
  • July 18, 2024



Nearmap showcases revised brand identity following growth

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Nearmap, a global leader in location intelligence and aerial imagery solutions, underwent a redesign following the acquisition of property intelligence firm Betterview last year. With the customer experience enhanced,...

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Texas Tech reveals updated logo design

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US public research university Texas Tech updated its logo for the first time in two decades as part of efforts to modernise its visual identity. The revised letterforms are inspired by the ‘Double T’ symbol, while the...

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Angus’ A-Z of logos: Lego

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Pentagram partner and creative director Angus Hyland explains why the iconic Lego brick logo has lasted for 50 years. What is it with these four-letter Scandi logos?...

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Five minutes with Abb-d Taiyo


Abb-d Taiyo, co-founder and CCO of Driftime, chats to Transform about Art Not Evidence, a UK charity set up to restrict the use of creative and artistic expression as evidence in criminal trials. He discusses how Drif...

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Brand evolution tells the story of us

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James Brooke, managing director at Rooster, discusses the brand evolution of the UK-based comms agency, and why its latest identity draws on the company's past. A...

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Angus’ A-Z of logos: Kodak

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Pentagram partner and creative director Angus Hyland discusses Kodak’s modern logo and how nostalgic sentiment inspired it. In the final episode of the first series o...

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The Verdict: Decathlon

Transform Q2 The Verdict

Taken from the Q2 edition of Transform magazine, peers in the brand design industry give their opinion on Wolff Olins' rebrand of Decathlon. About the work French...

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How brands can help save the planet - new ways to think about growth

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Bobbie Galvin, brand researcher at FreshBritain, takes a look at the work of Decathlon-owned mountaineering brand Simonds, and the way companies are starting to reimagine the metrics of corporate success....

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The state of play


California tourism leaders want us all to feel better, believe playtime is the remedy and say the state has an unmatched ability to deliver it. Lisa Battles explores Visit California’s latest brand evolution launched...

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The significance of cultural nuances in design

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Bassel Kanounji, associate creative director at Omnia, discusses how cultural nuance can aid connections between brands and their audiences. Of the 223 nationalities...

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