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.
Great British Chefs is an application that gives its users access to videos, cooking tips and shopping lists from a range of customisable menus built from over 180 dishes created by twelve of Britain’s top chefs. The apps identity, designed by London based studio Hat-trick is a series of ‘C’ shaped logo-marks created from kitchen implements that resolve the ideas of simplicity, speed, collaboration and accessibility.
Zann St Pierre is a freelance web developer based in North Queensland, Australia with past clients such as TravelEx, Triple J, Monster Children and One Teaspoon. He approached ThoughtAssembly—formerly Studio Verse—to develop a personal identity that would capture his ability to understand and implement complex e-commerce solutions.