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Hefty's Burgers  use of one colour is really effective, something to really think about

Hefty's Burgers use of one colour is really effective, something to really think about

i love how the simplicity of this design catches your attention

i love how the simplicity of this design catches your attention

This is super clean and avoids the info graphic cliché of using huge, cramped type set in League Gothic.  Since the primary data/info being discussed is the exploded view of the car, the majority of ink is devoted to that.  In other words, this has a really high data-density.  The way color is used is awesome as well--no more than is necessary but it doesn't feel too barren either.  I really like that there is actually so little color in this, but so many colors.  Also F1 cars are cool.

This is super clean and avoids the info graphic cliché of using huge, cramped type set in League Gothic. Since the primary data/info being discussed is the exploded view of the car, the majority of ink is devoted to that. In other words, this has a really high data-density. The way color is used is awesome as well--no more than is necessary but it doesn't feel too barren either. I really like that there is actually so little color in this, but so many colors. Also F1 cars are cool.

fast food on Behance

fast food on Behance

'50분 일하고 10분 스트레칭' 사무직 노동자를 위한 스트레칭에 관한 인포그래픽

'50분 일하고 10분 스트레칭' 사무직 노동자를 위한 스트레칭에 관한 인포그래픽

Japanese Graphics: Muji: Features of Life. Bunpei Yorifuji. 2013

Japanese Graphics: Muji: Features of Life. Bunpei Yorifuji. 2013

In The Electronic Afterlife, we revealed the impact of electronic waste: 20–50 tonnes each year flow through a global supply chain, mostly ending in landfills and informal recycling villages. As we embed electronics in more of our products, how can designers keep the product lifetime in mind?    Makeshift teamed up with Autodesk, Core77, and iFixit, to launch the student design competition Design for (Your) Product Lifetime.

In The Electronic Afterlife, we revealed the impact of electronic waste: 20–50 tonnes each year flow through a global supply chain, mostly ending in landfills and informal recycling villages. As we embed electronics in more of our products, how can designers keep the product lifetime in mind? Makeshift teamed up with Autodesk, Core77, and iFixit, to launch the student design competition Design for (Your) Product Lifetime.

Bottle coke

Bottle coke

Koffie! Koffie! De belangrijkste uitvinding aller tijden

Koffie! Koffie! De belangrijkste uitvinding aller tijden

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