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May the Font be with you 01 – Nexa, Dual, Shivaji & Glober

May the Font be with you 01 - Nexa, Dual, Shivaji & Glober

Introducing MTFBWY – May the Font be with you! This series will show up every tuesday morning on a computer screen next to you starting next week, though it initiates today, on a wednesday. We will feature a few interesting fonts that caught our attention and should make their way into your amazing designs. Most of these fonts will be free. A few might be paid but then every type deserves a value more than we can ever offer.


Google design minutes – the video series

Google design minutes - the video series

Google has always been known for a subtle taste in design. Though if you noticed, their interest is growing stronger than ever with weighted emphasis on making their products as visually pleasing as functional. Google is launching a series of YouTube videos where the lead designers of Google products talk about the challenges involved.


Thomas Cook gets a new Sunny Heart Logo

Thomas Cook gets a new Sunny Heart Logo

Thomas Cook, Britain’s oldest tour operator has gifted itself a fresh ‘Sunny Heart’ logo. The popular TC tagline “Don’t just book it Thomas Cook it” is no more. It’s been replaced by a shorter phrase “Let’s go”. This is the first time in Thomas Cook’s 172-year history that all its companies have a unifying identity.


The way your solution affects people

Solution affects people

They say life is the best teacher. No doubts about it whatsoever, specially as an entrepreneur who has been struggling for long. Surprising as it may seem, the last one year has taught me the most I have ever learnt, in every sphere of life – personal or professional.


Minimal movies posters using a circle, a square and two diagonals

Minimal movie poster for Superman

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.


A calendar that doubles as tea strips, ready for brewing

The Tea Calendar

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?

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