This prospectus outlines the current work and future targets of the organisation. The perforated cover keeps the content private until physically opened by the reader. It also serves as an envelope. Designed by This is Real Art.
The BHF discovered that ‘calories calculator’ is a popular search term, and in light of this decided to create one of their own. Their main objectives were to drive traffic to related content on the BHF website, encourage people to be active, and ultimately prevent cardiovascular disease. Designed by Sennep.
While doing research for the logo, Bierut, Opara and their designers happened to divide the city into a grid and discovered that isolating the areas of the museum’s two locations — Villa Philbrook and the new expansion downtown — formed the shape of a letter “P,” for Philbrook. The form also resembles a human face, a subject of artists throughout history. The identity projects a warmth and accessibility that connects the museum to the community of people who enjoy its programs. Designed by Pentagram.
Fab commissioned Studio Lin to create a poster featuring their 7 point manifesto. Our solution was a set of laser cut posters, each featuring the full manifesto. One manifesto point was dropped out on each poster. All together, the massive size (24″ x 36″) of each of the 7 posters created a big impact in Fab’s new Manhattan offices.
Emailvision is a global provider of email, mobile and social marketing software with an ambition to become the worldwide leader in its sector. Structure were commissioned to develop a brand and multi-language website to help achieve this goal.
The brand we developed set the firm apart from its competitors. It emphasised Emailvision’s combination of global footprint and local support, as well as its powerful software and ability to deliver significant financial returns for customers.
The worldwide rollout of the brand is currently in its final stages and Emailvision’s senior management team are delighted with the results.
Work of Dutch design studio, Ineo Designlab.
Yui Studio love to create design that is engaging, fun and leaves a lasting impression. There has to be an element that is highly memorable. An example is their thank you cards. It’s not a card, it’s a book that teaches you a kung fu technique. Yui Studio figured, what better way to demonstrate what they do than to execute our ideas into our own collateral and promotions?