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HOME — Motion + Design Jigyasa is an interactive installation that incorporates augmented reality to explore the notions of curiosity and discovery and encourages participants to look beyond what they see at the surface. The piece is structured like a planet, which is peppered with quirky characters and various flora and fauna. The participants have to explore various regions of Jigyasa to see what each character reveals about itself and discover what hidden surprises lay buried amongst the trees. It’s a playful piece that helps create a sense of community as everyone participates in a collective quest while individually being able to explore different areas of the same planet. It also attempts to recreate a childlike desire to interact with fantastical creatures in an imaginary world and see a painting come to life. In a world where we are constantly bombarded with images and information there is rarely any time to stop and appreciate subtle details and look beyond the surface of things.

Wee See Part art installation, part pacifier, Wee See is a collection of black-and-white animations built from basic shapes to delight both child and parent. As vision develops slowly over the first months of life, Wee See provides surfaces of bold, well-defined artwork to engage your baby’s curious mind and bring the screen to vibrant life. With great sensitivity to the delicate nature of the audience, Wee See’s animations move methodically slow and maintain an extraordinary simplicity yet remain endlessly inventive. With both DVDs containing an original score by Tim DeLaughter, each moment has extra meaning. 14 animations (each 2-4 minutes in length) Running time approx. 30 min. + flashcardsNTSC / STEREO / ALL REGION 18 animations (each 2-4 minutes in length)

SI Special: North × Fourth Floor Corner Shop △Fourth Floor Corner Shop Identity, Packaging and Signage Design: North in collaboration with Richard Stepney △Fourth Floor Packaging Design: North Project Background For more than two decades Fourth Floor has been doing things differently – cutting and colouring hair with maximum application and minimal fuss from its bright, split-level salon atop a 1930s industrial building in the heart of Clerkenwell. Accessed via a goods lift, it has remained firmly below the radar while attracting a fiercely loyal clientele and whilst many come from the arts, media, design and the creative industries all share with Fourth Floor an independence of thought and outlook. Now Fourth Floor is venturing into new territory. Design Notes The ’4′ graphic was intended to inherit some of the DNA of the striped identity of the Fourth Floor packaging that North created some years ago. Acknowledgements Big thank you once again to Stephen and Jeremy for making this feature possible.

GTF - Graphic Thought Facility - London based design consultancy SomeOne This is what we’re good at... Brand Strategy There’s a lot of waffle spoken about strategy. We prefer to call it a plan. Develop a Position not positioning What’s your opinion? Design Ownable Moments Brands only exist where there is competition, so what moments, experiences and ideas can you own to create a monopoly? Nomenclature The posh word for naming. Create BrandWorlds We don’t create new logos for advertisers to pop in the bottom right hand corner of an old poster. Internal engagement We are experts in helping the people who power the business feel empowered. Stop bad things from happening Brands never stop evolving, they adapt, change, flex and face unexpected challenges.

Amsterdam kunstbeurs, antiekbeurs en designbeurs in één Graphic Design, Typography and Grid Systems - Part 2 I pri­mar­ily write about print design on this site, but most of the work I do is User Inter­face and User Expe­ri­ence design. Until recently, Pho­to­shop was the only real appli­ca­tion one could use for UI design, even though it wasn’t designed for it. It’s kind of like using a road bike to bomb down a moun­tain. You’ll even­tu­ally get to the bot­tom, but you’ll bang your­self up good on the way. The fea­ture set, and the work­flow, of PS is not opti­mized for UI design. Then Sketch came along. Sketch is a vector-based graph­ics app by Bohemian Cod­ing that offers a set of fea­tures, and work­flow, specif­i­cally built for UI design. Some of the ben­e­fits of Sketch are: Super easy to use. These are some of the great fea­tures you’ll find in Sketch. It’s not all per­fect, though. Now, I know this sounds like a paid adver­tise­ment, but I can assure you that I haven’t received a dime from Bohemian Code. I’m going to open the com­ments in case you want to ask questions. Enjoy.

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