One of the challenges of design education is to explain the concept of ‘Simplification’ or creation of ‘Minimal Design’. In principle, it involves usage of essential elements, getting rid of every unnecessary element from the design. It also involves limiting the total number of elements and colors used in the design. Michal Krasnopolski just helped the cause.
Which are the two important things to start one’s day? A calendar to keep track of the date and day and a drink to transform passive state of mind to active. For some, tea is one drink that starts their day. What could happen if we combined the two?
Sparklin is a multi-city, independent, creative family where we combine our passion for design + brand + technology to create functional experiences. You would have experienced a bit of Sparklin in apps, brand identities, websites and infographics around you.
On 29th Feb 2012, we began a small experiment via Facebook group simply titled “Pixel Jobs”. The idea was simple, to create a group where job providers looking for talent in any field ranging from music composition to professional gamers can find what they are looking for.
As some of you might notice, the setting was almost perfect with such a great level of detailing. But they almost missed one. Skyfall has such an interesting usage of typography. But then, they screwed it with such a medicore usage of typography with titles.