Try drawing Wikipedia’s logo purely from memory. You can’t, right? Because it’s terribly unmemorable, an unfinished globe constructed out of jigsaw puzzle pieces and inscribed with glyphs from a bunch of different writing systems, symbolizing “the multilingualism of Wikipedia.” It’s the branding equivalent of “We Are The World”: blandly earnest. So Moving Brands, a British […]Read more "A “Living” Logo For Wikipedia, With More Than 3.2 Million Variations | VIDEO"
In my next life I will learn how to design websites – in this one I am just enjoying and celebrating the creative work of others! These are a couple of examples of great trendy layouts – feel free to add others! Designed by: Gregory Wood A Yaron Schoen project Designed by Dustin Curtis via […]Read more "From Print Layout to Web Design – The Trends"
Strange how you know about what your neighbour has achieved by someone who lives thousands and thousands miles away! I found these incredible glasses mentioned in a Co.Design newsletter, finding out they were designed and manufactured in…Italy!!! Designed by: GUMDESIGN GUMDESIGN is a design collective ( Laura Fiaschi – designer and graphic designer and Gabriele Pardi – architect) […]Read more "GUMDESIGN+ColleVilca=awesome wine glasses collection"
I’ve found this Ross Crooks, cofounder of the infographics firm Column Five, article very interesting for those who like me love infographics. Unfortunately I do not possess the tech skills to create a one, but I think they are a very smart and beautiful way to make data and info accessible and easy to understand. […]Read more "3 Trends That Will Define The Future Of Infographics"
A new series of web tutorials called “Don’t Fear the Internet” tries to teach web design to people who don’t want to be web designers. Anyone who has ever tried to build a website for the first time knows that awful feeling when confronted with lines of HTML, CSS, and PHP, languages as foreign […]Read more "A Video Series Teaching Web Design To Anyone Who’s Afraid Of Code"
The Alphabet 2- a horn book video experiment – is a developmental spelling – video where each character visually represents the meaning of the word itself. Playing with different techniques and materials into little and big spaces, but always focusing on Helvetica font’s proportions. A collection of words in a delightful spelling-video. Direction / Postproduction […]Read more "The Alphabet 2"
Quite often a simple but subtle change makes the world with big difference, and the Easy-to-Find Tape is rightly a good example. It features a wavy look, which thus allows the users to find the end of a tape more quickly and easily. For guys ever bothered by hard-to-find-end tapes, this one is […]Read more "Easy to find Tape"