Riot Design http://riot.design/en/ Sun, 31 Jul 2016 16:56:59 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Update to our Branding http://riot.design/en/2015/10/13/update-to-our-branding/ Tue, 13 Oct 2015 10:11:30 +0000 http://riot.design/2015/09/26/aggiornamento-branding-per-riot-design-2/ It’s already been four years since we opened, so we decided to make some updates to our branding, by rethinking … Continued

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It’s already been four years since we opened, so we decided to make some updates to our branding, by rethinking it on the concept of Riot, of good design, and how the company has developed over the years.

The new corporate identity includes a revised and simplified version of the logo, now interrupted by a dot, as direct reference to our new domain: http://riot.design

For the graphic part we have revised the color palette to make it more unique and directly related to the Riot theme: extensive use of deep blue and cold gray, with the occasional use of a red-orange. Used within the right context, the colors can remind a urban scene late at night, with concrete, buildings and lights.

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Lastly, to give a unique touch to our branding and to combine everything with a defined theme, we turned to Alessio Rosati, aka TraumArt , which has made for us some drawings based on the Riot theme. They are compositions of scenes and characters referring to street art, graphic design and web, and Riot Design as well, thanks to the inclusion of some easter eggs like our Knight & Dragon.


Up here you can see the video of the making of one of these drawings, available in 4K. We are sure that all the efforts behind this redesign will bear fruits in terms of image, but we also hope to serve as inspiration to others, to share the desire to always do good design.

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Wearable technologies: revolutionary tools and ludicrous gadgets http://riot.design/en/2014/04/10/wearable-technologies-revolutionary-tools-and-ludicrous-gadgets/ Thu, 10 Apr 2014 17:11:02 +0000 http://riot.design/?p=2175 The recent technological history has accustomed us to witness epochal changes that arise quietly and soon invade our lives, changing … Continued

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The recent technological history has accustomed us to witness epochal changes that arise quietly and soon invade our lives, changing them forever. From the very first personal computers to the first cellphones, going through internet till the most recent smartphones and tablet. Looking out the window of progress, we ask ourselfes: what next?

Wearable technology is certainly the next step of this endless path.

Wearable technology is anything that you can attach, hang or fasten to the body and that interacts with the body or what you’re doing in various ways.

Forerunners were the guys from Google with their Google Glass. Announced, presented and finally ready to be marketed (apparently April 2014) should allow people to shoot ,call up information on the surrounding environment and so on. Those of WIRED U.S. tested them for six months and reviewed in a not exactly enthusiastic way. Price is very high (about 600 dollars), still few available apps, the battery does not last long enough and especially seems to generate a negative perception when worn in public. Therefor, analysts said it is only a matter of a few years and wearable technology will explode.

The simplest and most immediate applications are those related to fitness like elastic bands, bracelets and watches that when worn detect various data of the body and its movements becoming very useful partner for workouts and competitions. A little less obvious is JUNE’s Metatmo, a bracelet that detects the amount of UV radiation received and recommend the best way to protect yourself.

Speaking of videogames, the new revolution seems to be the virtual reality, thanks to the Oculus Rift, which is so promising that the startup has just recently been acquired by Facebook for 2 billion dollars. This visor is revolutionary because of the many new features and fine tunings, that allow the user to get a real sense of “presence” in the virtual world, and to feel emotions such as vertigo or fear for virtual threats.

To reach the holy grail of a perfect virtual reality experience, new gaming controls are needed, such as PrioVR, a system made up of sensors to settle on arms and legs to play Call of Duty or something like that in POV mode (Point of View). It looks cool, and do not risk you lose the controller and break through the flat screen.

Things change when the wearable devices start to communicate with the users mind. MICO for example is a type of headset able to read user’s mood and choose the most suitable playlist. We still don’t know if MICO can be programmed according to the user’s musical taste, since there are those who relaxes by listening to Mozart and those in need of Motorhead to crash.

Wearable technology has already filled the gap that used to separate it from the social world. From Japan (where else…) come Shippo and Necomini Tale, respectively wearable ears and tail, able to “talk” to our state of mind. Imagine how nice it would be to see your girlfriend’s furry hears stand up when you ring the bell to take her out for dinner, or when you’ll shake your tail angry and pissed when the waiter brings you the check.

Eventually we’ll have to face it: useful or useless, disturbing or completely idiotic, wearable technologies are making room in our lives and before we realize it we won’t go out without them anymore.

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5 Social App to travel with peace of mind http://riot.design/en/2014/02/05/5-social-app-to-travel-with-peace-of-mind/ http://riot.design/en/2014/02/05/5-social-app-to-travel-with-peace-of-mind/#comments Wed, 05 Feb 2014 12:13:38 +0000 http://riot.design/?p=2078 How many times have you hit the road to make a nice picnic on the weekend, but when you got … Continued

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How many times have you hit the road to make a nice picnic on the weekend, but when you got to the area you were caught in a downpour? Or you got up late in the morning, and tried to get to work you ended up in endless lines due to an accident or some unreported road works?

Thanks to these five useful social applications you will have a much better chance of arriving on time to work or to find wonderful days for your picnics.

WAZE (Free)

waze

Waze could not be excluded from the list: A navigation system based on the updates of its community (70 million users), which updates the maps and reports traffic conditions during the trip.

Thanks to this application you can really save your time and your money, avoiding traffic, speed cameras or roadblocks that may put a spoke in your wheel.

Driving with Waze turned on, you can, like other users, provide information on traffic and road conditions in real-time . You can report incidents as well as their severity, the exact location of checkpoints or speed cameras, or recommend a low cost distributor. Each alert will earn you a score and new customizations for your avatar.

The only problem with this application is definitely the battery consumption. If you use it, make sure you have a charger in your car.

METWIT (Free)

Metwit

Metwit is an application based on geo-location, that provides real-time weather conditions. The users of this app report weather changes during the day, with pictures and comments, to help you plan your trips and your outdoor activities.

You can also comment and attach photos or thank with an “umbrella” badge who did a weather report that has been useful.

SOCIAL PARKING (Free)

Social Parking app

Social Parking is an app that answers to one of the most common questions that afflict motorists: Will I find parking?

This app works in the simplest way possible: Thanks to the geo-location allows you to find the nearest and most recent parking marked as free by users of the same app.

Select your a nickname, choose your “auto avatar” and whenever you find a free parking spot, report it. By reporting you will climb the rankings, and you’ll also make the community grateful, especially in big cities where parking is one of the biggest problems ever.

BLA BLA CAR (Free)

Blablacar

BlaBlaCar is the app of the largest European network of ride sharing, connecting motorists that offer vacancies in a car with others who wish to travel the same route.

If your train ticket or plane is too expensive and prefer low cost or even free options, you can search between thousands of available offers across Europe.

The app allows you to insert your passage offer , specifying the day and time of departure and arrival destination, and if you want, a contribution requested from the person who will be the taken on board. In addition to this, you can also draw up the rules and regulations inside your car, for example if you do not want someone on board to smoke, to transport animals etc..

Users of the app and of the website will be able to contact you if they need a ride to the entire road, or for a short distance.

To avoid fake users or scams, it is required to register, upload a picture and a description. In addition to this small precaution, all users after the trip will leave feedback that will be visible and useful to the whole community.

In order to contact a user who offers a passage, you can use in-app messages, or, for those who have provided the number, call them directly with a single tap.

MINUBE (Free)

Minube

With Minube you can discover the best places to visit, where to eat or sleep, shared by travelers like you. Share real-time photos or videos of the place where you are, and if not there yet, add it to your “places to visit” list.

Adding new posts to these lists, your friends and the entire community will be able to take advantage of your advice or to see photos and videos of the beautiful places where you have been. These lists can also be made private or shared only with those who want it.

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SEO, Google AdWords and the Partners program http://riot.design/en/2013/12/30/seo-google-adwords-and-the-partners-program/ Sun, 29 Dec 2013 16:14:56 +0000 http://riot.design/?p=2025 In the last months we received several requests for the development of e-commerce websites, and having always developed ‘representative’ sites, … Continued

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In the last months we received several requests for the development of e-commerce websites, and having always developed ‘representative’ sites, we thought it best to thoroughly study everything related to the world of pay per click advertising on google, the lifeblood of any successful e-commerce site.

In the ‘brand’ websites that we usually design, the competition is played on SEO in its purest form, ie optimizing the content of the site and its code, to get a better ranking than others on search engines.

The very fact that all the most widely used e-commerce continue to propose Paid ADV on google or banners on partner websites (YouTube for one), makes it clear that they really are fundamental in this field. This is obvious for a little new shop that nobody knows, but could not Amazon do without it? From what we can see, clearly no.

To all professionals and agencies who wish to propose Google AdWords campaigns to their customers, Google offers the Partners program, which allows them to appear in the homonymous index.

Who is eager to begin the path to become Partner has access to an extensive guide (many with videos!) to AdWords as a reseller, which truly enables to achieve results that would be impossible with only intuition. AdWords is actually a fairly complex web application.

To demonstrate your knowledge of the subject and become a Partner, Google requires a minimum spend (not well defined) in 90 days through all your campaigns, and a ratio of clicks per impressions above average also you need to pass at least 2 of the 3 tests proposed: Basic Principles of Advertising , Advanced Search, Advanced Display Advertising.

Google AdWords test

If you are interested in using AdWords as reseller or for yourself, and even if you do not have the intention or the possibility to achieve the required minimum spend (I suppose it’s several hundreds of euro per month), I recommend you to read the handouts and try to take the tests. The frenzy of the 2-hour time limit for approximately 90 questions is a great incentive to open the guide on another tab and get an education on the subject even at the time.

After passing the questionnaires, thanks to the information gathered, in some of our campaings the ratio of clicks per impressions has increased from 0.5% to about 3%. We also understood how it’s possible to make campaigns whose gain is guaranteed and calculated on the basis of conversions that you will get through them. And that’s why even the largest e-commerce sites can not avoid using AdWords: No other advertising medium provides this type of guarantee.

Images and video: Google Partners .

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SanCrò, t-shirts with a unique design produced in Florence http://riot.design/en/2013/10/10/sancro-t-shirt-dal-design-unico-prodotte-firenze/ Thu, 10 Oct 2013 11:17:53 +0000 http://riot.design/2013/10/10/sancro-t-shirt-dal-design-unico-prodotte-firenze-2/ While recently trying to refresh our creativity, we stumbled on SanCrò, the company of a design duo in Florence that’s … Continued

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While recently trying to refresh our creativity, we stumbled on SanCrò, the company of a design duo in Florence that’s made rethinking the tourist t-shirt their main mission. It’s no easy task, considering the aesthetic chaos that currently reigns in the sector. We were curious, so we got in touch. What we found were two young guys and old friends who are trying to mix some meaning into the ink before screening it on tees. The graphics are colorful, contemporary takes on timeless Florentine classics: the David, Botticelli’s Venus, and the statue of Dante Alighieri in Santa Croce, the piazza for which the company is named, with its studio just a block from the square.

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A print of the artwork stands out in our office as a trophy to good design.

While flipping through their work, though, we were most impressed by another technique SanCrò’s been perfecting: the use of hand-lettering to fuse together words into images. SanCrò has focused on using specific words to pay homage to classic Italian rituals like our favorite, which takes an Italian ritual par excellence, drinking coffee, and renders it into a fusion of words and shapes that are what graphic design should be about. The different fonts come together in the shape of an Italian stove-top coffee maker in a retro-modern masterpiece.

What the untrained eye may miss is the amount of attention that has to go into each detail. Each word has to fold perfectly into a shape, so the right words have to be chosen, and, of course, the right fonts. It’s all done by hand, just sketched onto a sheet of paper. The first sketch is font-less, just a size estimate. Once the image is balanced, the fonts are selected, which, as any designer knows, involves hours of online research. All in all, the process from idea to image is about 10 hours, not including its transformation into a silk screen for printing. The product is a soft, deep grey tee with an impeccably vivid print in white. Oh, and we forgot to say they print everything in the oldest silk-screening press in Florence.

We were so enthusiastic about their product we helped them make this video to give you a glimpse into their creative process and the birth of their graphic entitled MOKA.

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Completing the design of your own website http://riot.design/en/2013/09/09/completing-the-design-of-your-own-website/ http://riot.design/en/2013/09/09/completing-the-design-of-your-own-website/#comments Mon, 09 Sep 2013 13:55:07 +0000 http://riot.design/?p=1911 Has always been the hardest thing. When you create your own website, or you have to make a new version … Continued

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Has always been the hardest thing. When you create your own website, or you have to make a new version of it, you always try to use all the most interesting solutions and trends that you have found in the last months, and the process can go on forever because we are never satisfied, and the trends keep changing. We change cards on the table far more times than we would think to do with a work done for a client, who has its own well-defined timeline to meet. Also, all this work is usually done in between other projects. The agency can not stop for a month or two to build its own site while neglecting the other active projects.

It was tough, but also thanks to the peace of August, the new website is finally online. There are still some edges to be smoothed, but I’d say it’s good to go!

Of course this site is responsive and mobile first, and is based on the new bootstrap 3.0. We are very pleased with all the graphic compositions that we managed to produce to present our projects, although we hope to able to transform the pages of the Portfolio from simple compositions accompanied by a brief description to real case studies, with image galleries and engaging elements such as the slider that shows the differences between the various resolutions, based on the one on the About page.

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Pen for iPad? Alessio tries Bamboo Stylus http://riot.design/en/2011/11/02/pen-for-ipad-alessio-tries-bamboo-stylus/ Wed, 02 Nov 2011 07:46:50 +0000 http://riot.design/penna-per-ipad-bamboo-stylus-2/ How many of you, since the Silicon Valley’s company has launched his tablet,  were wishing to have the chance to … Continued

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How many of you, since the Silicon Valley’s company has launched his tablet,  were wishing to have the chance to “handwrite” as well as “writing with the hands”? To turn the iPad into a paper sheet as well as a computer?

Well… Wacom satisfies you!

The famous pen tablets company has created the first pen for iPad! It looks like a real pen with a modern design, with a rubber round tip to simulate the human finger. Bamboo Stylus, available for 29,90 €, after all an honest price for those who already have an iPad, will surprise and amuse you.

Let’s talk about it.

Wacom delivers an application, available for free on the App Store, called Bamboo Paper. It is a touch screen notepad: you can write, draw, taken notes, make sketches, relax pretending to take notes during a class. In other words as it was your notepad, but you save ink, paper and you don’t get dirty! But it’s all really useful? Let’s focus on three cases.

Notes

You will hardly have more fun taking notes, but the pen hasn’t a good sensibility and pressure, so you won’t be able to write quickly. You can improve with a bit of training, but it’s still pretty unnatural way to write, even because the pen doesn’t work when too oblique. The famous “doodles”, that anyone of us has done once while taking notes, become almost impossible to do. To sum up i would say that writing is really fun (or frustrating, at the beginning), but can’t replace the old way to take notes. Useful and nice the chance of the 6 colors to choose from, so you can underline with a different color.

Up here i just wrote some simple notes (thanks to who gave them to me) on a boring… meant “great” engineering university class.

Draws and sketches

I admit that i was skeptical about the possibility to draw on the iPad. But i confess that i was impressed. The 6 colors and 3 different stroke thickness make drawing possible and fun. Harder is being precise. As i said about the sketches, it’s not a replacement of the pencil; is hard to precisely re-track a stroke.

Moreover if you push too much the stroke will look sharp: fast signs and don’t mind the precision, here is the solution. We have to say that it’s important to be able to draw sketches when on a train, bus, waiting room or wherever we have not any paper, pen and a table. Briefly, it’s great to draw sketches but pretty useless to draw a real picture, at least with this Wacom application. If you want to try with some more complicated drawings i recommend SketchUp, which permits to select more thickness, shape and opacity brush options.

Up here i tried to draw a sketch of a well known subject. Who knows if Walt Disney would approve tablet drawing.

Graphs and lists

Who, when he goes shopping, first writes a shopping list? And how many of them obviously lose that paper sheet once released from home? Don’t know about you but i’m one of them. I’m guilty. Bamboo Paper gives a perfect solution: make a list on your iPad, go shopping and whatever you take check your list! very funny the possibility to choose 6 different colors to make schemes.

Obviously we should say that you can hide a paper sheet in your pocket, but the iPad…. useless to say. Anyway, if you have an iPad or an iPhone with iOS 5, the new “reminder” Apple application is another good solution.

So, how can i close? At the same time it’s an useless but needful item… I mean that ins’t good for anything, doesn’t replace anything, but how can you stay without it if you own an iPad?

The price isn’t a big sacrifice!

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6 Web Apps for agencies and feelances http://riot.design/en/2011/10/19/6-web-apps-for-agencies-and-feelances/ Wed, 19 Oct 2011 16:46:03 +0000 http://riot.design/6-applicazioni-web-per-agenzie-e-freelance-2/ While we were opening our web and graphic design agency we have been spoiled for choice about the management solutions … Continued

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While we were opening our web and graphic design agency we have been spoiled for choice about the management solutions available online. We decided to report you the best ones we found.

After months of researches and evaluations of the alternatives we chose our web apps set, which permits us to register, organize and above all automatically synchronize all that is about our activity: from e-mails to the calendar, from quotes to the management of the projects, saving our times and any possible frustrations.

We are satisfied of the result, so i thought that other agencies or freelance designer could find this solution very interesting.

E-mails, calendars, contacts

Google Apps

Google Apps http://www.google.com/apps/intl/it/group/index.html

Practically the only alternative to Microsoft Exchange (and it’s free!) for the corporate synchronization of the mail, calendar, contacts, documents and much more.

Just redirect the DNS of your existing corporate mail addresses (with your domain) on Google’s servers to transform them into account able to use all the Google services, creating a solid and versatile space where to internally file and share all your data. It can be a complicated choice, but i recommend it to the ones who don’t use Exchange.

Outgoings, quotes and bills

Freshbooks

Freshbooks http://www.freshbooks.com/

Don’t thing there is any good, free, and italian alternatives to Freshbooks so far for the commercial management of the freelance or small companies activities. It’s only in English, but the good news is that is manually possible to include the e-mail translations, sent quotes and bills, and that it is so easy and even fun that a little knowledge of english is required. Among other things there is an useful tool to provide customers technical support by “tickets”.

It has good integration performances, as plugins for Google Chrome, direct login through Google Apps, applications for iOS and Android, and it can import contacts and projects from Basecamp. It is so much useful that it pays himself.

Projects management

Basecamp

Basecamp http://basecamphq.com/

We tried to do without a tool for the projects management to restrict the time spent on it, sometime stolen to the work, but we have been hit by the benefits a tool like Basecamp offers. “Things-to-do” list assignable to the staff, possibility to create accounts for the customers and involve them into the development, creation of easy deadlines calendars for the projects.

TIPS: change your company language and Basecamp starts speaking italian, open it with a smartphone or tablet and it becomes a Web App Mobile. Great!

Storage on the cloud

Dropbox

Dropbox http://www.dropbox.com/

If Google documents is not enough, Dropbox is the easiest and fastest solution for “cloud storage”. Downloading the applications for Mac or PC, a folder appears on your desk, visible even by your colleagues and automatically synchronizable. It’s like having a computer wherever you go, with files available via browser and mobile devices.

Box.net

Box.net http://www.box.net/

More expansive and “corporate” than Dropbox, it offers some more services of which if you can do without if you choose some of the mentioned solutions. Depending on your decisions you could prefer Box.net, that’s why i report it to you.

Technical support

Zendesk

Zendesk http://www.zendesk.com

Even if for Riot Design we decided to only use the Freshbooks functions, i used Zendesk while i was working with other agencies and i have to say that its utility on managing update requests or problems solving by the customers is unquestionable. All service becomes fast and useful, and of course the customers are happier.

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Navigation with CSS3 Transition and Sprites http://riot.design/en/2011/07/30/navigation-with-css3-transition-and-sprites/ http://riot.design/en/2011/07/30/navigation-with-css3-transition-and-sprites/#comments Sat, 30 Jul 2011 18:42:34 +0000 http://riot.design/menu-di-navigazione-con-css3-transition-e-sprites-2/ Working on the navigation for the Riot Design website I faced the problem of handling CSS3 Transition when used to … Continued

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Working on the navigation for the Riot Design website I faced the problem of handling CSS3 Transition when used to animate Sprites. In this tutorial we’ll see how to code a navigation menu with CSS3 animated Sprites.

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Why (and what are) the Sprites?

The Sprites are images, usually 24-bit transparent PNG, containing more backgrounds and images for the same interface element of a website (in this case the menu).

The advantages of using sprites rather than separate images for each item are many, including the reduction of HTTP requests and the pre-loading of images for the ‘hover’ state.

To use the Sprites in CSS, just load the image with the background property, and then specify the coordinates of the image needed for the element in question, using the background-position property.

HTML Structure

The html structure of this menu is the classic unordered list with each list element containing a link. In this case the ‘active’ element, which marks the page where the user is at the moment, is the homepage. The class {0}current_page_item{/0} makes the banner always totally visible and icon lit, even when the mouse is not hovering the link.

CSS code Part 1

Two different Transition instructions are applied respectively to list items, that contain graphics for banners, and to links, that contain the icons.

{0}Transition{/0} will ensure that when the element will go to {0}:hover{/0} state, any difference between the normal state and :hover in CSS will occur through animation. It could be movement, fading in / out etc., depending on what the difference is.

In the case of the LI, the background-position of the banner moves, so the sprites will animate accordingly.

In the case of A, the only difference is opacity, which goes from 0.5 to 1. In this case the graphics of the icons will not move, but the whole element will change its opacity.

CSS code Part 2

In the latter part of the code, the sprites are being moved to change the colour of the banner and to change the icons for links to Services and Contacts.

To create new links just add new icons and banners to the Sprites, and specify the position using CSS.

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What is Riot Design? http://riot.design/en/2011/07/19/what-is-riot-design/ Tue, 19 Jul 2011 14:21:05 +0000 http://riot.design/cos-e-riot-design-2/ For so much time we’ve been wanting to open a creative agency where we could finally offer a quality of … Continued

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For so much time we’ve been wanting to open a creative agency where we could finally offer a quality of work we can be satisfied of, and finally we are going to do it! In almost all areas is the designer, or the architect, who dictates the rules. But unfortunately this is not always the same with graphic design and web development.

As in architecture or fashion, even in our business the right way to create intelligent solutions that are functional is to follow the customers, identify their needs and the needs of the people who are going to use the service or product.  The project must be designed and built around these people, not by these people. Choices must be made in order to meet as much as possible the needs of all, and only a good designer can, by combining all the information to his experience, create something meaningful, functional and visually appealing.

Henry Ford said: “If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses.”

Sometimes it is necessary for the designer to impose his own choices and explain the reasons behind them. he has to remember that it is he who has experience and talent in this field, and was hired by the client to complete a project that works, not just to follow exactly of what he is told to do. Only then he’ll be able to give way to revolutionary ideas.

We are a creative agency, and we certainly do not presume to be able to change the world, but we can definitely eliminate all the bad design that we find on our way. We can help to create an environment dominated by intelligent and creative solutions. And that’s enough for us (for now).

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