Widiba is a Bank which operates mainly online. The Bank’s payoff is “no ordinary bank” and it conveys the innovative aim of the company. They designed for them an institutional rounded typeface to help strengthen the brand identity in all communication fields. Widiba rounded font-family is set up in four weights: light, book, medium and bold. Moreover, to obtain more flexibility for various applications, they created also a serif version and a condensed one, both of which develops in just one weight.
Looks funny but not funny at all. The uniqueness of the book comes from the amusing manner. Author created an animalised character and toys-alike humans to lead the story, but the story itself is absolutely realistic and nothing funny. The plot is about people fought hard for freedom and democracy against a fearsome Panda. In fact, the Panda is mapping one big country in the world, and part of the story is a bloody history which is so famous that everyone knows, but the civilian is guilty to talk about. Through The Panda, the author is raising concern in a more impressive and digested way.
Yanolja is Seoul based no.1 travel information platform which means “Hey, Let’s play” in Korean language. The logotype is designed with san-serif font in order to express simple, practical impression. By using lower case letters it can deliver a playful and rhythmic image compared to applying bold upper case. The space between each letters is revised exquisitely to avoid optical illusion and it increased legibility even in small size of logotype. We carefully picked vivid and bright neon colors and used complementary combinations to deliver extremely fun and popping images.
The Beijing Expo 2019 is an A1 world horticultural exposition which has been approved by the International Association of Horticultural Producers and the Bureau International des Expositions, held by the Chinese government and sponsored by the Beijing Municipal Government. We provide the logo and visual identity system for the event.