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Fletching for the Win Skitch is a screenshot editing and sharing utility for Mac OS X which was originally developed by plasq, but is currently...
In 2005, the MoMA Design Store launched the first of its Destination: Design series that brings products from different cities and countries from around the world to the museum's store.
Today, when Instagram announced its new people-tagging feature, it focused on the new UI changes within the app. But if you look closely, you'll also see another change: a new script, designed by Denver typographer Mackey Saturday.
Seemingly fed up with the amount of logos that use pin-stroke X’s or objects forming an X, Ean MacKaye has compiled some designs in this Tumblr blog: Your logo is not hardcore. Yep, there are a lot. More similar logos (archives, 2008).
Brand New: Opinions on corporate and brand identity work. A division of UnderConsideration.
Founded in 1682, Philadelphia is "one of the leading cities in the world. Located in between New York City and Washington D.C., 40% of the U.S.
Time to dish out the worst of the year. Some for their execution, some for their concept, some for their strategy, some simply because the stars didn't align in their favor in 2012. See also: Part I: The Best No.
This one is pretty simple: We took the twelve projects that got the higher percentage rates from all Friday Likes this year and put them in order. See also: Part I: The Best Part II: The Worst Part III: Most Liked Friday Likes No.
Mobiltel is Bulgaria’s largest mobile telecoms brand and enjoys recognition and admiration like few other brands in Bulgaria.
The first Friday Likes of the year come from Canada, The Netherlands, and Mexico and provide a good mix of lighthearted and serious and hand-made and computer-made.
Company logos are ubiquitous, yet they’ve remained pretty much the same since Bass Brewery first trademarked their red triangle logo in 1876.
From Blow, Moodley, and Anagrama ...
If you were offered a 15 percent pay rise to tattoo your employer’s logo on your body, would you do it? Dozens of New York-based Rapid Realty employees have. Story from CBS News. Via @TheLogoFactory.
To the non-design obsessed, a logo may seem like a relatively small detail, but in reality it represents the personality and identity of a product. This is the case for Instagram, and ...
Last year we did the Worst first, so this year we are giving the Best a shot at capturing some of the merry spirit of the holidays.
The Flemish government wants the Flemish higher education institutions in Brussels to join forces with Quartier Latin, the leading provider of housing for Flemish students in this city.
The conceptThe name is Br(ik. It refers to ‘Brussels... and me’. Br(ikken is also a verb that stands for the connecting, pro-active mentality of the organization. And the name is in line with the core values of the organization: authenticity, personality and real time. The organization has two major roles. The promotional role in which it takes in prospective students into the power of the university city of Brussels. (...)
Agency: Total Identity
In 2012, the new citymarketing logo for Brussels (Be Brussels) was developed by Base Design;
According to AT&T, “the Bell System redesign was the largest corporate re-identity program in the U.S., ever.” The redesign covered: 135,000 Bell System vehicles 22,000 buildings 1,250,000 phone booths 170,000,000 telephone directories Here’s a...
The Harvard University Press’ new identity for the digital age looks vastly different from the previous trademark logo, with the whole structure resembling an abstract ‘H’. This allows it to continue to give significance to the Harvard name while at the same time evolving into a more manageable logo to work with. The insignia is easily imprinted on the spines of books and makes a smart appearance in digital media, like App icons and ebooks. Designed by Chermayeff & Geismar, this new visual identity will gradually find its way onto and into Harvard University Press content over the course of this year.
Mayhem over seals;
Earlier last year, the University of California quietly unveiled a new logo. A petition on Change.org — "Stop the new UC logo" — got over 54,000 signatures. The University held their ground for a week or so before capitulating. Read more via; http://sco.lt/5mOy49
The Harvard University seal (VERITAS) remains unchanged, see;
Harvard University Branding Guidelines;
This one is pretty simple: We took the twelve projects that got the higher percentage rates from all Friday Likes this year and put them in order. See also: Part I: The Best Part II: The Worst 77% → No.
Inaugurated this November, the Jewish Museum & Tolerance Center is a 27,000-square-foot, state of the art, 50-million-dollar museum in Moscow, becoming one of the world's largest museums to chronicle the history of the Jewish people and Israel.
Established in 1994 as an independent company and purchased by Starbucks in 1999, Tazo makes tea products and markets them as if tea were a higher calling.