Monday, 28 January 2013

An inspiring documentary about the future of digital interaction. Some great designer input from companies such as Medium and Twitter take part in this film. A truly interesting look into the future of how we interact with technology and where the industry leaders think it is heading.

Thursday, 20 December 2012

One Minute Wonder

One Minute Wonder's are a range of short videos that showcase creative individuals. A nice clean and clinical style used throughout the videos accentuates the passion of the designers. More studios should do this with their staff, it gives a great insight into the people that work for creative studios.

Here is the link to the videos -

Monday, 15 October 2012

Stacked Wines - Pure Glass

Get hip in a sip with STACKED: wine in a glass of its own! STACKED was innovated for simple style, top quality taste, and ultra convenience for the home, the park, or the arena.

Stacked is wine for people on the go. It is for the adventurer and explorer who enjoys the comfort of a sip of wine without compromising mobility. It is wine that is meant to be enjoyed on the road (not while driving) and in the sun. The brilliant design that accompanies each “stack” of wines allows for on the go sharing without the fear of breaking glass or broken bottles. - Leveled

GF Smith - Presentation

GF Smith are known well within the industry as a high quality paper supplier. Here are some of photographs of the samples package presentation. A treat for any graphic designer.

Thursday, 27 September 2012

PAGE/PARK Web design

Page/Park Architects website designed by Berg Studio UK and Effektive based in Glasgow.

Google's 14th Birthday

Another nice celebration logo from Google, there isn't a lot of brands that would take the risk continually changing their logo. I suppose it must quite a nice feeling to know that you can do whatever you want with your logo and the effect would be fairly minimal your business. 

Thursday, 20 September 2012

Logo Design with shapes

Started a new brand identity for a developing organisation app. Conceptualising some ideas using shapes. Simple is better.