The logo spells out RATIO, with a slight tilt to the ‘I’ which comes from the forward slash (/) that represents a ratio. The brand identity has a playful attitude, while still using precise angles and proportions to depict the experimental yet specific nature of the studio. It uses the line and dots of the ratio mathematical sign as symbols that show up everywhere in a set. The rough, yet not-so-rough illustrations of the line and dots are an extension of the studio’s personality. I play with the division of the pages into different ratios as a nod to the brand name. I show different ratios of fun & series, and artsy & mathematical.
Cibo helps you decide what to eat. Tell the app how you’re feeling and it will suggest dishes based on your preferences. Swipe left if you want to see more options and swipe right to add the dish to your favorites.
Welcome to the Shortcut Game. Learn the keyboard shortcuts for the Mac and increase your efficiency.
The game is simple. Select the objects by clicking the appropriate key and perform different shortcuts to create your design.
The Shortcut Pack helps you learn the shortcuts for the keyboard with quirky phrases that you won’t forget.
The 2008 attacks, commonly known as the 26/11 attacks, were twelve coordinated shooting and bombing attacks lasting four days across Mumbai. The attacks took place in Leopold Cafe, Chitrapati Shivaji Terminal Railway Station, Cama Hospital, Nariman House, Oberoi Trident Hotel and Taj Palace Hotel. This project shows a timeline of events that took place along the four days, along with a visual representation of the number of innocent killed, innocent saved, terrorists killed and terrorists who survived.
This book shows the statistical data for censored content around the world by using typographic rules to design information. The type size of the name of the country indicates the population, and the tracking of the body text divides the country into three categories of 'free,' 'partially free' and 'not free.' The book uses the ZXX font which is designed to block optical character recognition. The percentage of content censored on the page is equal to the percentage of content censored in the country.
The starting point for this issue was the object — a razor blade. Using the blade as a metaphor, I curated images and articles related to cuts, separation, puncture, chop, slice, scrape, shave and shred. The typography is sliced and even bleeds of the page, emphasising these verbs.