This time around, our approach was very methodical. The new rendition of the WRS site embodies where our studio is at today — both creatively and as a unit.
With so many new and exciting projects that we’ve been a part of recently, our previous website wasn’t able to showcase our work in the way our new site is able to now. That’s not to say that we weren’t happy with our previous version because, we loved it. …
For our latest Identity work, we visited expert coffee roasters, Skuratov.
After contacting us initially, we immediately felt at home with this project, as the brief was smooth and clear, which enabled us to action their branding refresh.
Skuratov let us know early on that they wanted this update to reflect their current ideals, as well as being something that remains consistent with their brand. This helped us a lot in being able to approach this project with confidence.
We kicked things off with their new logo concept.
In the case of Temporary Mark — what you see is what you get with their rugged, brutally developed website & branding package. Its no-nonsense & screaming individualism, pioneering a structured, clear and decisive norm-core brand ethos.
We are pleased to present one of our favourite digital projects for the talented group at Contrast Foundry. Recently, they have helped us with some of our external projects, so it was an honor for us to create a site for this group of enthusiastic creatives.
Contrast Foundry is a design team based across Moscow. Striving to develop individual fonts, logos and licensed solutions, their list of global customers continues to grow.
Firstly, we used our very own Contrast Foundry font throughout the website with the appropriate name - Contrast Foundry. This is a cool little addition, as we feel…
We’ve selected a few our favourite past-projects that have been actualized by self initiation. This form of rule-free design, is one of our most effective ways of creating motion graphics without any worries, finding new techniques, and a long the way, picking up some business opportunities. Not to mention, a nice way of even turning a few mistakes into successes.
Let’s get into it.
For some projects, they never quite make it to development. It’s something that’s always hard to accept — but a necessary component of our ever-evolving industry. Occasionally we can be left scratching our heads, and it can be a real shame, because sometimes these ideas are some of our best.
Sometimes, it’s simply out of our hands. A trait that can be common practice when working with larger organisations.
Moskvich Mag is a publication that’s been a part of Moscow’s cultural lifestyle scene since we can all remember.
It’s focus has always been on the reader, and in particular, people with busy lifestyles, a taste for film, art, food & more.
We wanted to stay true to MM’s humble beginnings, and keep some of that classic, tangible feeling within their revamped web and branding design.
In our latest digital and branding project, we discuss how we approached the sites functionality, our favourite features, and the ways in which we were able to actualise this project.
The branding aspect was…
When we sat down with Yandex we were immediately interested in getting their take on why they had decided to look into redesigning their mobile music platform. What we learnt was that their philosophy was about adapting to current technological standards, especially in terms of modern application use. What was popular 5 years ago, is not something that is reflected in today’s design climate. And for Yandex, not within their previous application versions.
They required a visual language that corresponds to the demands of today’s users.
This project couldn’t have fallen into better hands. We love music, and understand the…
How do you build a brand based on artificial technology? That was the question we asked ourselves when first mapping out the frameworks of this intricate project.
From just a short introductory video concept — Solo had become a real and tangible possibility. It was an experiment conceived with the view of attempting to create a unique and artistic experience of music.
To us, it felt like we were working on a project that had come from out of space.
It was one of the most engaging projects we’ve been a part of, as it were all hands on deck…