Showing off power tends to symbolize both a lack of humbleness and social skills. That’s why wrapping it in design strategies works so perfectly. It’s by no means obvious for the rest of the world, it becomes invisible branding. Let’s look at a scenario: your store’s located in Manhattan, New York City. It’s not a…Read More
Designing out crime and the broken windows theory.
It’s not as naive as it sounds. It’s without a doubt a creative part of typical smart cities. Roughly a smart city’s a fully digitalized city with better citizen services and a minimal use of unnecessary resources. Sensors which are sensitive to motion and/or light and as a result make drastic differences in energy use, for example.…Read More
Hidden messages in graphic design.
It’s complex to separate design and art from one another, considering it tends to be the very same present in different wrapping. The shock in contemporary art doesn’t only belong to contemporary art. It all comes down to giving you a message without verbally giving you a message. To interpret it you were either gifted…Read More
Following a trend doesn’t mean trendy. It means utterly invisible.
From the fields of art to design and branding, there’s a need of the slightest twist to develop an identity. Instead of pointing at a bad guy in the 21st century design world, I’ll point out a concept which is checking out the entire check-list of things done right: Sketch Gallery (London). It’s up for…Read More
Sustainability is the new black.
The aesthetics tend to come first no matter the environmental cost in countless sectors due to the important role the visual plays. Sustainability and fair trade come with a lot of restrictions and obstacles, especially in the context of retail design/interior architecture which includes everything from the building materials to the items being sold. If…Read More