Microsoft Introducing Fluent Design System

Microsoft Introducing Fluent Design System

Microsoft has been introducing a newly ecosystem that is bold, scalable and universal. They called it: Fluent Design System, with the rise of our digital world; they quickly understood its innovative growth by creating new guidelines for the UI, creating with a community, creating Windows to the newer level, creating an atmosphere, creating layered environment and on. I can't wait to see what they have up their sleeves because it's definitely catching our attention as for Windows Operating System. We would highly suggest you to visit Fluent Design System site, it's packed with information about their universal design for the next evolution. Walking you through its different elements from: Sensory Experiences, Co-Creation, The Building Blocks, Light, Depth, Motion, Material and Scale. Now’s the time for bold, scalable, universal design. This is a transformation. A step into the future of sensory experiences. The world is at our fingertips – join Microsoft in building a design evolution. Different Elements  

Festningen Visual Identity

Festningen Visual Identity

Oslo may win the award for most unique restaurant location in Festningen, a brasserie serving rustic French fare in what was once home to a medieval castle and former prison. We were attracted not only by the backstory but also the restaurant's brand identity. Created by design agency Uniform, the identity successfully combines historical and contemporary guidelines. The result, a melding of traditional illustrative detail, copper foil print finish and fabric texture set alongside a heavy sans-serif, a simple geometric pattern and light ink across dark substrates. For more information on the talented Uniform visit http://www.uniform.no/prosjekt/festningen/ The sans-serif logotype provides a far more rudimentary contrast to the detail of the images and introduces what could be described as institutional utility, something that also comes through in the salmon coloured paper and simplicity of the menu layouts. The illustrations appear authentic, likely drawn from historic stock, and have a solid combination of agriculture, livestock, cooking implements, cutlery and tools that draw together the quite disparate experiences of luxury dining and incarceration. Source: BP&O - Branding, Packaging & Opinion http://bpando.org/2013/11/28/logo-festningen/