Our team members collaborate by brainstorming ideas to create a winning concept.
Mobile, PC. tablet, websites, web and native apps, touch screens. from tiny to huge screens, kiosk stands to aircraft diplays...
We used a clear color categorization to indicate statuses, and a visual language inspired by Google’s Material Design
The design concept is clean and minimal. Only the essential core element of the screens are present, to leave the workflow as simple as possible
The aesthetic language continues throughout the whole product, including the weekly reports sent to the user’s Email.
An intricate network of connections is represented in this multi-level topology. Responsive layout & complex icons are used for presenting levels of nested data in this hierarchal structure.
We integrated dynamic data visualization to illustrate the system status for the user.
Direct manipulation of items is made easy using drag and drop, connection marking, orientation map & other fun graphic solutions.
It was quite a challenge to create a look that fits the environmental constrains. To deal with constant motion and differing lightning conditions, we have contrasted colors as well as enlarged display for screens in use.
A special command was designed, keeping user needs while running and walking in mind.
Designing this cross-platform solution required in-depth thinking of different user needs, since PC behavior differed from Tablet and Mobile in interaction as well as concept.
Making good use of screen space is particularly important where maps and images are involved, so we suggested using a side-ribbon for most of the required screen related operations.
All icons used here are vectors. As such they are highly flexible and suitable for different screen resolutions and animation.
Adjusting the graphics to suit screen background (either bright or dark) means that users see indications clearly at all times.
Motion is key in the concept’s navigation scheme. Motion organizes data in real time and helps it stand out.
Using advanced data visualization methods we manage to minimize cognitive load and facilitate smart decision making in transport route selection.
The App accompanies the user throughout his journey and displays useful ongoing live information
Incorporating smooth transitions to the basic concept influenced the entire experience.
Our inspiration for this clean design actually came from the original white background of the product catalog..
The look and feel was inspired by the shape of the client’s logo, and was integrated in all interface screens.
We’ve created a unique illustrative language to grant the product it’s character, and a user friendly feel
We designed the mobile app & also the marketing website that lead the users to start using the product
One of the challenges was to create a continuative experience between the different platforms
Marketing requirements and social needs are central to this product, as portrayed in the concept design.
The graphic language used in this design is inspired by old TV sets. Its rounded edges stands out since they differ from everyday screens we use, especially in a tablet environment.
Mobile devices such as tablets allows us to be creative with operational solutions, so we came up with a unique pinching mechanism for element resizing.
Significant HTML5 abilities were incorporated in the development of this system to create integrate animation, transitions and large images that completes the experience.
The challenge was to maintain a cohesive visual identity on all the interface screens, which are significantly different from one another
Despite being a security solution, we’ve created create a graphic concept that relies on gamification to encourage task completion in everyday users.
Dashboards are a great solution for monitoring aggregated data, identifying incidents and handling them quickly, thus was suitable for this executive view of venue activity.
Animations & an illustrative language were used to enrich the user experience and help the user navigate in the product.
We took into consideration color blindness. To do so we used icons as well as color indication to support all users.
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we succeesfully completed in the last 13 years