Category: Design

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Typography and creating grids for screens

Grids are an essential part of a designer's arsenal, creating a neatly-crafted, equal system for arranging content in the space of a screen.
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Campaign Monitor’s 2018 Predictions

Contributed by Nikola KeavySource: https://www.campaignmonitor.com Photo: Nikola Keavy. License: All Rights Reserved. Campaign Monitor teams up with six of the most epic minds in email marketing to predict marketing trends for 2018.
The typography was inspired by traditional editorial, highlighting the emphasis placed...

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How to create typefaces

Contributed by TypeTogetherLicense: All Rights Reserved. The recently published English edition of Tipo e’s publication Cómo crear tipografías was launched in early summer 2017 at St Bride Library, London. How to create typefaces was translated into English by Christopher Burke and Patricia Córdoba and includes some...

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Wieden+Kennedy Explains The New F1 Visual Identity And Typefaces

Formula 1 has unveiled a new logo – the first for 23 years at the close of the Etihad Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Designed by a team led by Richard Turley, at Wieden + Kennedy London, the logo is accompanied by typefaces and marks the first step in a complete brand redesign that is driven by the sport’s fans.
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Building Human-Centric Brands

The world needs the warmth of human-centric brands now more than ever. B2B and B2C brands that recognize this are quickly adopting human qualities to attract customers in the human-centric era. This requires unlocking customers’ latent anxieties and desires through social listening, netnography, and emphatic research. To...

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Computer as Partner: A Synergistic Approach to Interaction Design

November 28, 2017Much of the day-to-day work of UX design focuses on optimizing manual, paper-based processes through the use of technology. Consider Amazon’s origins, for example. Buying a book from a catalog has been around since 1498 when Aldus Manutius published a catalog of the books he printed. Almost 500 years...