Like most people in lockdown and with more spare time than usual, our studio was finding it hard to choose what to do. The boys decided to solve the problem creatively, designing, and developing a simple website to prompt a choice for the small things.
Although still in it's beta form with more features to come, it's sure to make netflix selections that little bit easier.
Adjusting to life in isolation can give rise to some unexpected benefits, one our studio has enjoyed is a total monopoly over your own music choices. No more arguing who will be DJ for the day or subtlely logging onto the studio Spotify account to skip that one a song you can't stand. Now you can finally play 'Killing In The Name' as loud as you like, and on repeat with no complaints.
Some great COVID-themed playlists have been popping up to get your workday started, Collins Sounds Vol.8 – WFH Quarantunes, Permanent Vacation by Paramount House Hotel, or Rec Club’s Mix Tape 1: The ...
In current times it can be difficult to be seen and heard online. A web design trend we have noticed is using a simple and intuitive interactive element to engage with your online audience.
A great example of this is shown by the online book store Penguin Random House. They personalise the selection process by asking two questions that cleverly narrow in on appropriate reading options for yourself or another as a gift.
While social group SOS Violence Conjugale Quebec adopts a similar interactive module with Itsnotviolent to help grow awareness around aggressive messaging ...
All three artists have beautifully unique work, but we see a synergy via the use of tonality, texture and minimalistic forms.
Ikon was tasked with pushing the design boundaries on AARNet’s most recent annual report.
With strong guidelines and serious information to deliver, we chose to keep the design simple and create pace through colour and pattern. Interconnectedness is a key theme within the business and as a major networker provider for Internet services to Australian education and research communities and their partners. We developed a fluid graphic device which was inspired by the underground cables which connect customers and also represents continuity and communication. This wave-like pattern ...