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Amer Jaleel, Ashwini Deshpande, and Bobby Pawar and others to join ABBYs 2022 jury panel

Other names on the list are Chaaya Bharadwaj, Rahul Mathew and Rajdeepak Das who will be judging ABBYs 2022 along with international judges.
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Can Air India reimagine the Maharajah for modern times?

The Tata group acquired 100% in Air India and the Maharajah is back in Ratan Tata’s palace. Can the mascot be contemporised for this day and age?
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As Zoe Scaman’s post around sexual harassment in advertising shocks readers...

... we ask ad executives – should this be resolved at the agency, or industry level? Also, how can the ad industry create a safe environment for women?
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Elephant wins the A’ Design Award (Italy) for Himalaya Wellness Packaging Design

The new product has been launched in markets across the globe including the Middle East, Southeast Asia as well as Europe.
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Amazon's green initiative ditches packaging - missing a physical touch point without boxes?

Products that are shipped without the packaging include tech accessories, home and home improvement products, shoes, luggage, and more.
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Ashwini Deshpande, only Indian among Jury Presidents at The London International Awards (LIA)

Deshpande will lead the Design and Package Design Jury.
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Indian creatives Ashwini Deshpande, Bhupal Ramnathkar, and Geet Rathi are on The One Show 2021 Design jury

The judging is online and the finalists (winners) will be declared mid-May.
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What’s in a name? RB, the maker of Dettol and Durex, is now Reckitt

In a world where rebranding and logo changes have become a common occurrence, does RB to Reckitt really matter?
Design Digest

Kotak Mahindra Bank introduces minimalist 'customisable' debit cards

The MyImage cards turn the spotlight on design - pushing details like the number, expiry date, etc., to the back.
Points of View

Making sense of the fuss over Myntra’s new logo…

The Flipkart-owned e-commerce brand redesigned its logo after being called offensive by a Mumbai-based social worker.