The only thing worse than a red light is not knowing when it’s going to change. In fact, some are so long they’ll leave you wondering if it’s going to change at all! The FIK Light aims to alleviate this everyday stress by introducing an simplistic timer into the light itself. Its minimalistic design language is so easy anyone can read it.
You Won’t Believe How Much Style is Crammed into This Tiny Apartment
Transport for Ireland Design guidelines for the creation of public transport information by fwdesign #Wayfinding Design Guidelines, Transport Design, Wayfinding, Signage, Mapping, Infographics, Ireland, Dual Language www.fwdesign.com
The over-moulded TPE contact points allow the user to comfortably grip each tool and efficiently complete the task at hand. The combination of these turquoise contact points, deep black body and brushed steel create a well-balanced coherent design language with an eye-catching aesthetic. #Yankodesign #Tools
Antwerp and Brussels based Umamido serves traditional Japanese ramen noodles, but with a local accent. The visual identity was full revamped in keeping with the brand image: traditional Japanese themes in stark black & white come together with contemporary elements (like the Memphis-style pattern and iconography), resulting in a traditional visual language spiced up with playful twists. Umamido by Pinkeye Design Studio http://www.pinkeye.be/work/105-umamido-ramen-shop
Fraher architects Visual identity system for London based Fraher architects. Our concept is based on the visual language of architecture. The logo is based on the plan view of the letter F. The intersecting compartments create a simple graphic device for containing text, images and texture. A vibrant red accent colour supports the minimal yet functional aesthetic. Applications include: suite of stationery, website, internal documents and presentation materials.
The only thing Ferrari about this concept car is the logo on the front and back! Designer Ivan Venkov decided to reimagine Ferrari as a completely new company, fully putting Ferrari’s and Pininfarina’s 60 year design language aside to develop something more aggressive and edgy.
Sky2Go Represents the future of ride-sharing, this drone concept applies the Mercedes Benz design language to put passengers in the lap of luxury as they travel. The autonomous system makes it possible to pick up and drop off at precise locations and shortens travel distance and commuting time by avoiding busy roadways.