“Social distancing isn’t behaving distantly”: how designers can deal with coronavirus from Design Week Continua a leggere “Social distancing isn’t behaving distantly”: how designers can deal with coronavirus
3 weeks ago i’ve been working in Qatar and i had the chance to visit the National Museum. Well, (with the maximum respect), there’s not so much history footsteps in the desert, but i had to say that the Qatar national museum is probably one of the best designed museum in the world. Let’s not talk about the architecture side (fuckin unbelievable monsieur Nouvel, all … Continua a leggere Museum: a contemporary one
Olympic Games sport pictograms were first introduced at the Tokyo 1964 Games, which arose from a need to communicate visually to an increasingly international group of athletes and spectators. Since then, pictograms have been created for every edition of the Games. While paying great respect to the predecessors and inheriting the Tokyo 1964 pictograms by innovating them, the Tokyo 2020 pictograms not only adhere to the objective … Continua a leggere Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Sport Pictograms.
Hi Toma, i don’t think so many people in Italy knows you, so tell us where you and your culture come from I grew up on the remote island of Sakhalin in Russia. I was influenced by Japanese and Korean culture because of the island’s proximity to those countries and the Japanese occupation of the territory before World War II; we have some architectural and … Continua a leggere Toma Vagner
Instagram took its next step to becoming a full-fledged commerce business today, announcing that it is bringing a checkout feature to its mobile apps. With checkout, you can store your payment information with Instagram to make purchases more quickly. In return, Instagram is charging retailers a selling fee. More than 20 brands will use checkout to start, including Nike, Adidas, Dior, H&M, MAC Cosmetics, Michael … Continua a leggere Instagram adds in-app checkout as part of its big push into shopping
The chicken or the egg ? – well, in these packages… the chickens definitely steal the show! Enchanted by the power of stories and tales, we created a visual narrative… about 3 special chickens / heroines; Captain Mahe for free-range eggs, Madame Coco for bio eggs and Miss Nelly for barn-laid eggs. That’s how we added a human touch to the packaging: a touch that … Continua a leggere Antonia Skaraki