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Socio Design

Socio Design

Socio Design

Socio Design

Socio Design

Socio Design

Here is another small design stu­dio based out of Lon­don, that’s pro­duc­ing amaz­ing work. Socio’s work is sim­ply stun­ning. Not a sin­gle piece is sub­par, and the level of detail that went into every project is astonishing.

This is the kind of work that you look at and makes you think “man, I suck!”. It def­i­nitely made me feel that way, dammit! But that’s a good thing. I think every once in awhile we all need some­one or some­thing to let us think that we suck. It motivates.

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Roseta y Oihana

Roseta y Oihana

Roseta y Oihana

Roseta y Oihana is a Barcelona based stu­dio work­ing in web and print. I’ve posted about them before, but they have some new work up. I really love how col­or­ful their work is.

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studio fnt

studio fnt

studio fnt

studio fnt

I’m lov­ing the work of Seoul based stu­dio fnt. A ton a great work that will keep you mes­mer­ized all day.

A Responsive AisleOne

New year, new design. I’ve been want­ing to redesign the site for a few months now with five goals in mind:

  • Strip it down and make it more minimal
  • Improve typog­ra­phy
  • Make it responsive
  • Allow for big­ger images
  • Allow for non-image posts

This new design addresses all five.

Because I don’t have very much free time these days, I started with a pur­chased theme and mod­i­fied it to my lik­ing. Visu­ally, I sim­pli­fied it a great deal. Some might think it’s too min­i­mal, maybe even bor­ing, but I think it serves its pur­pose well. The typog­ra­phy is greatly improved. The entire site is set in Prox­ima Nova, which at larger sizes is a plea­sure read. No more tiny type. The main text is now set at a large size with spa­cious lead­ing to make read­ing easier.

Now that mobile devices are a large part of every­day life, I wanted the site to be respon­sive. Unlike the pre­vi­ous design, this new design presents an opti­mal view­ing expe­ri­ence on a phone, tablet, and desk­top browser.

It also allows for more flex­i­bil­ity in terms of post for­mats. The pre­vi­ous design I was con­strained within a 450px col­umn for the images, so it didn’t allow for larger images. With the new design I can post images up to 690px wide. Big­ger images means more details. I also want to make more posts that are just text, for exam­ple quotes or this post. This sin­gle col­umn design presents text only posts in a bet­ter way. Videos also work well, so expect to see more video posts in the future.

Over­all, I’m pretty happy with this new design, and I think you will be as well. I’ve tested it as much as I could, but I’d love to hear from you folks on what you think and if you see any issues.

Enjoy.

Arnaud Mercier Retrospective 1999–2011

Arnaud Mercier

Arnaud Mercier, co-founder of Area 17, passed away last year and a great site was put together in his honor. I didn’t per­son­ally know Arnaud, but his work was a big influ­ence on me. I’d always head over to Elixirstu­dio to get inspired. The work he did for Elan was my favorite.

Pollen

Pollen

Pollen is a cre­ative agency founded in 2001 and con­sists of Barny Col­lis, Rosa van Wyk and Anton Age­jkin. The work is stel­lar, and the site is impres­sive as well. It amazes me how many agen­cies don’t have great sites to present their work. It makes a huge difference.

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Dalston Creative

Dalston Creative

Stock­holm based agency, Dal­ston, has updated their site with some great new work.

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Studio Whitehorn

Studio Whitehorn

I’m lov­ing the work that Dowl­ing Dun­can did for Stu­dio White­horn. Clean, beau­ti­ful, no BS.

HTML & CSS

Html css book

Most books on code are visu­ally bor­ing, but HTML & CSS designed by Jon Duck­ett makes the read­ing expe­ri­ence much more inter­est­ing and fun. I haven’t read the book, but I’d guess that the good design will help with the learn­ing experience.

Kurppa Hosk

I’m really impressed with the work of Swedish agency, Kurppa Hosk. The team is lead by Thomas Kurppa, Måns Jacob­s­son Hosk, and Andreas Pihlström (AKA Suprb). Spiffy lit­tle site too. I’m look­ing for­ward to the new work that’s going to come out of this place.

Studio Von Birken

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Stu­dio Von Birken’s work has already been writ­ten about on many blogs and I try not to write about work that’s been men­tioned every­where, but their work is too good to ignore. SvB is a New York based bou­tique stu­dio founded by Katia Küthe & Philipp Müs­sig­mann and their work is excel­lent. See for yourself.        

Erola Boix

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Erola Boix is a Span­ish graphic designer with a superb port­fo­lio that really shows off this design­ers tal­ent. Pic­tured here is a pro­mo­tional poster for DeTank, a design and art col­lec­tors site. Also check out the design for the Fun­dació Palau News­pa­per. Per­fec­tion.

Erola has recently moved to NYC and is look­ing for free­lance or full-time work.