Posts Tagged ‘identity’

Chattype: A typeface created to brand Chattanooga, Tennessee

What happens when a brand consultant sips coffee next to a typeface designer? Chattype. Chattanooga, Tennessee, population 167,000, must be loved by D.J. Trischler and Jeremy Dooley, who raised over their goal of $10,000 on Kickstarter to fund their pet project: creating a new, tech-friendly font to represent Chattanooga’s history (an industrial city where the […]

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AIGA CSUF Sean Adams Talk: The 3 “F” Words

Sean Adams, co-founder and partner of Adams Morioka, is a level-headed, down-to-earth, genuine nice guy; and he happens to be a design guru. He has been recognized by every major competition and publication including: Step, Communication Arts, Graphis, AIGA, The Type Directors Club, The British Art Director’s Club, and the New York Art Director’s Club. […]

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Hello, Portland

I am currently attending the Visual Communication 24th annual conference in Portland, Oregon, a beautiful, friendly, and accessible city. Since being here has afforded me a personal relationship with the city, I am better able to understand just how well Santiago Uceda’s city identity fits the feeling of being in Portland. Loads of city dwellers […]

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