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Ness designed by Moving Brands

Ness - Logo and mobile experience designed by Moving Brands

Ness is a new application that draws together personal information from social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook and Foursquare (a process described as ‘machine learning‘) to provide its users with individualised restaurant recommendations. The app’s identity was strategically managed, named and designed by international brand development agency Moving Brands and represents the idea of unique user-centric data from multiple sources being brought together with a faceted heart logo-mark.

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Midday Motivator by Studio Verse

Logo designed by Studio Verse for business and communication lead lunchtime presentation Midday Motivator

The Midday Motivator is an Australian business and communication lead lunchtime presentation aimed at enhancing and fostering relationships between employees created and hosted by former TV producer Julie-Ann Black. The event’s identity, designed by Studio Verse, captures the dynamic personality of the presenter and a constructive, incremental approach to business development.

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Riverside Museum designed by Marque

Riverside Museum Designed by Marque

Built on the banks of the River Clyde, Glasgow, the Riverside Museum is Scotland’s must visit transport attraction and houses a vast collection of relics from a rich industrial past. The building, designed by world renowned architect Zaha Hadid, and the identity system, created by the now defunct international design agency Marque, were developed in tangent and form a flexible, dynamic and easily navigable space.

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Nemesis Films designed by Anagrama

Logo as a wax seal detail designed by Anagrama for Latin American horror film production company Nemesis Films

Nemesis is a Latin American horror film production company and one of the first of its kind in the region. They approached brand development agency Anagrama to create an identity that would convey “formality and the highest cinematographic quality”.

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