1 in 360 is an internet-centered talent show with a focus on inclusiveness, and creativity. Given its international reach, the purpose of the redesign is to create an instantly recognizable set of colors, shapes, patterns, and logos which can carry the message of the show. This redesign modifies the star in various ways to make it stand out and enhance the symbol’s dynamism with a view to creating a more sophisticated and contemporary visualization. By using the stripe pattern based on the logo, this corporate design represents a unique image which engages current pop tastes across the world.
The cover of math/science textbooks were an effort to increase brand value by clearly depicting the identity of each subject through design. We used motifs such as common textures and symbols to show the continuation of the series through middle school and high school. The colors and layouts are different to distinguish each grade's textbook. Various design elements including interesting illustrations to evoke students' interest in the subject and Korean typography complete the cover design appropriately for each grade.
1. Backstage Product: it is aimed at the traditional monotonous back-end products; 2. Emotional design: it added a story of hand-drawn illustrations in the traditional background user interfaces; 3. Scenario design: Design starts with a user role describing its ideal experience through a story. It describes a realistic user scenario.
Fincap Law LLP is a law firm that utilizes automation as part of its service provision. This project aims to update their former conventional branded-logo into a stylized-contemporary theme. An attempt to provide a benchmark design for the legal & financial sector has also been made. The distinguishing factors of the project are informed and driven by the firm’s core values, these are continuous improvement, legal protection, and lastly networking, which have been meticulously infused into the design.
Redouble Fish is the product of a new national fashion combining Chinese traditional art with contemporary cultural exchanges. Designers hope to show the synesthesia effect of eating through the brand. Meanwhile, consumers can experience tangible products and intangible culture to enjoy the concretization and abstraction.
The first edition of this food blog magazine features the favourite recipes of Karin Stöttinger from her food blog Geschmacks Momente in printed form. The playfully designed title “please, don’t stay hungry” is true to the personal way of speaking to the target group which characterises the blog. The creative recipes are presented with aesthetic photos and detailed text design. The layout serves to convey special taste experiences and the social pleasure which eating together brings.