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Behance

This project was started in the beginning of August 2018 and it took a total of 25 days to complete. With an all-out effort from the Vietnam team as well as our friends around the world, we hope to deliver real experiences to our audiences.

Following this year's topic of Halography, “No Halo”, we hope to spread a message of authentic values to the creative community by collections of whole-hearted designs from participants and invaluable insights shared by the speakers.

We decided to challenge the audience with abstract and contrastive elements. Although as one of the elementary aspects in design, the use of contrastive technique is usually easier said than done. Generally, contrast is created by the opposition of different colours and shapes, however contrast is so much more. It can also be the opposition of emotions, spaces, time, speed, actions...therefore we decided to take a step further.

Set a standard for opening title sequence in Vietnam

Just overall on the concept + look and feel

Designers feedback wanted

I'm working on an new icon for https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/spiir/id441748209?mt=8.

My colleage, product designer suggest the app icon should keep the shape of the "Character" https://cl.ly/7c858094ebe6 "avoiding gradients as much as possible": so... https://cl.ly/1e48625d6782

This is what I got so far https://cl.ly/814ad263beb5 which i think is a way better direction...

I really need a second and third opinion.

A redesign of a icon. To make it look cute but smart.

To have confidence that my direction is better than the one my team is suggesting.

Hello Keyframes,

I've started learning Swift for macOS dev recently. And this is one of my recent projects. Simple pattern generator that uses regular Unicode symbols (including Emoji).

It is still pretty much a work in progress. Currently trying to figure out how to make a decent symbol picker.