As you have probably seen by now, the renowned MIT Media Lab has a new identity system designed by Richard The and E Roon Kang. The visual design in this project takes a back seat to the actual system created for it. Continue reading “MIT's New Multi-Variant Logo”
The future where we have touchscreens on our toasters may be closer than previously thought. Gorenje’s iChef+ (unfortunate name aside makes a very compelling case for the immediate benefits of touch-based appliances. From a purely aesthetic point, touch systems create the opportunity to clean up the often-times cumbersome collection of dials and buttons necessary to run our everyday appliances. That alone would be a step in the right direction. However, I think the most compelling advantage lies elsewhere. Continue reading “The Screenification of Appliances”
Sociotope (Facebook page) by Stefan Wagner visualizes your social profile and activity to generate a rich visual interpretive system. Continue reading “Visualizing Your Socialality”
A beautiful identity and promotional system design for 1 degree by Jason Little. via ffffound
An adaptive, information-driven identity system for Visit Nordkyn by Neue. via Brand New
VoxScript, an experimental writing system based on the sound of the french-speaking language by Cécile et Roger. via Typography Served
Identity system redesign for House of Cards by Pentagram. via ffffound
A new branding system for Seattle’s Best by Michael Cina.
FF Yoga, a wonderful type system by FontFont, has just been released.