A Million Times: Humans Since 1982

Curator: Julia Zeltser
date: April 15, 2013
Categories: Entertainment Design, Experience Design, Typography
Tags: black and white, clock, digital clock, kinetic video, minimal, pattern

A million times (Time Dubai) by Humans since 1982 from Humans since 1982 on Vimeo.

A Million Times is a kinetic art installation by Humans Since 1982, a Stockholm-based studio led by Per Emanuelsson and Bastian Bischoff. The 288 analog clocks, installed in a 24 x 12 clock rectangle (135.5 x 71 x 2 in.), are controlled via iPad and programmed using custom software. The two black arms of each white powder-coated clock slowly move to form visual patterns that transition into a functional digital clock interface. The piece is currently on display at the Victor Hunt gallery in Brussels.

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Svpply app: Allan Yu

Curator: Randy J. Hunt
date: August 16, 2012
Categories: Brand & Identity Design, Experience Design, Typography
Tags: App, Color, commerce, interaction, ipad, iPhone, minimal, product, shopping
The iOS apps from social shopping site Svpply are lessons in “just enough.” Brand consistency, smart interactions and a great frame to set the stage for high quality photos of interesting products, these apps just plain feel good.
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Best Made Company emails

Curator: Randy J. Hunt
date: August 13, 2012
Categories: Advertising, Book & Magazine Design, Brand & Identity Design
Tags: classic, email, marketing, minimal, newsletter, product, simple
Marketing is hard. Emails are hard. Marketing emails are double-hard. Best Made Company does it so well. First, expectations are set right from the sign-up screen, where subscribers are promised “compelling stories & useful information.”
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Rechner: Berger and Föhr

Curator: Kim Pimmel
date: May 8, 2012
Categories: Experience Design
Tags: Design, gui, iPhone, minimal, monochrome, nui, UI, ux
You’ll wind up swiping your finger or giving it the finger: Rechner is an iPhone calculator app that foregoes UI for NUI.
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Help Remedies: Little Fury / Pearlfisher

Curator: Jesse Reed
date: November 14, 2011
Categories: Brand & Identity Design, Packaging Design
Tags: help, medical, minimal, Packaging, remedies, system
Help Remedies  (a.k.a. help, I have a...) is a collection of simplified packages that contain a single active ingredient for a specific symptom. Each box is labeled with a differently colored ring and a casual description of your trouble in need. Originally designed by Esther Mum of Little Fury, the series has recently been updated by Pearlfisher.
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