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Joyster

Joyster’s design and brand identity focuses on inspiring the user to live their healthiest lives. Human and lifestyle illustrations are seen throughout the app to incentivize users to participant in activities that help their overall well-being. The colors selected were intentionally picked for a wholesome, human, vibe. Lastly, Joyster is meant to be simple and effortless, so a clean and straight-forward aesthetic was also implemented.

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Travel

The design used a minimalist style, so as not to overload the user experience with unnecessary information. It is also very difficult to use a minimalist style in the travel industry since in parallel with a simple and clear design, the user must get complete information about his travel and this is not easy to combine.

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Si Me Quiero

The "Sí, Me Quiero" website is a space that helps to be oneself. To carry out the project, interviews had to be conducted and the social and cultural context in relation to women had to be explored; her projection in society and with herself. It was concluded that the web would be an accompaniment and would be carried out with an approach of helping to love oneself. In the design it is reflected simplicity with neutral tones using red contrasts to draw attention to certain actions, colors of the brand of the book published by the client. The inspiration came from constructivism art.

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Alstra

Alstra is a loud and proud energy app. Users’ energy consumption, savings and expected production are presented in short, bold statements, rather than endless graphs. Following the dark mode trend, Alstra uses bright, energy rich colors on a black background, in a conversational design. Statements “pop” from the screen, giving users the confidence to share their contribution to sustainable energy production with friends, family and neighbors.

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River of Grass

The River of Grass is a large room stuffed from floor to ceiling with tech to give kids and parents the experience of a fully animated interactive day in the Everglades, Florida’s precious wetland area. Using 16 HD projectors, directional audio and 7 networked motion tracking sensors, visitors become part of a life-sized immersive exhibit as they move and play with a host of different animals. Targeted at preschool children, visitors can chase the otter, swat mosquitos, and dam up rivers with artificial logs. When night falls they search for the elusive Florida panther using virtual torches.

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IBM Cloud Event Management

IBM Cloud Event Management (CEM) is a holistic app that changes the way IT Ops teams work in identifying, diagnosing and resolving service outages. CEM features an intuitive workflow that integrates tasks normally spread across different systems and users, and instead creates a compelling experience. Data from thousands of sources are correlated, prioritized, and routed to the right people, with built-in procedures to fix problems quickly, and teams are able to collaborate and stay in sync.

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Design interview of the day

Read the latest interviews and conversations on design, creativity and innovation between design journalist and world-famous designers, artists and architects. See latest design projects and award-winning designs by famous designers, artists, architects and innovators. Discover new insights on creativity, innovation, arts, design and architecture. Learn about design processes of great designers.

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