Be nice. Or else.
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Well, more specifically, new logos for E4, More4, Film 4 and 4 Music to match the current main logo...
Apologies, I provided the wrong link! Now updated. Correct link is http://news.design.systems/issues/67?#start
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Yeah they should, probably. Not all designers need to though. Some benefits from being highly specialised, some benefits from being able to play a role in both parts of the product development process.
I disagree with you, I think from a UX perspective this is one of the best examples someone could bring to the table. There aren't any clear gimmicks, but it's extremely compliant when it comes to accessibility standards.
Always interests me as someone from London, what iconography the world uses to represent us (Union Jack, red bus etc.)
This happens because every accent colour aside from graphite use your desktop background to infer the background of the window. So if your background is black, or very dark, then the accent colours may lead to darker UI overall.
Looks a bit designed by committee to me. I appreciate the bold step with the yellow and the child-like illustrations, but I'm not sure they've found a unique voice with this one as opposed to crushing any semblance of a brand they had.
The way the John Lewis logo looks on the mobile website is really awkward. The word "Partners" ends up microscopic. Upon scroll, the logo changes to an abstract stripe pattern, which looks nicer and more modern. One thing I would've liked to have seen here, is more consideration to how the logo will look in edge case contexts.
Thanks! It's small and dumb, but I thought it was pretty cool.
Be nice. Or else.
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