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March/April 2024

Interactive Annual | 30

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A Los Angeles– and New York–based ad agency develops expansive brand universes for clients in its experiential and media campaigns.
With teams in Paris and Shanghai, this multilingual type foundry imbues its products with contemporaneity and profundity.
Interwoven with onomatopoeia, Specsavers’s spot reminds its audience that the health company known for optometry helps with hearing loss as well.
Using the burp as a universal sign of fullness, Broken Heart Love Affair’s spot humanizes people who benefit from World Vision Canada’s charity.
Studio Oker’s identity system reflects the geospatial focus of this technology and data analysis company.
Mucho Design reinvigorated this music festival’s identity system to reflect a contemporary music scene and audience.
BETC’s music video for disability rights organization LADAPT conveys how technology enhances the lives of people with disabilities.
Pentagram’s identity design and packaging for this line of fragrances reflects the archival visual history of the beauty brand Liberty.
For this Los Angeles–based private school for girls, Design Bridge and Partners created a versatile identity that reflects students’ possibilities.
Goodby, Silverstein & Partners’s campaign salutes the creative and innovative legacy of San Francisco and the companies that started there.
Studio AKA’s opening titles for this Netflix series convey the show’s primary themes and covertly disseminate hidden clues.
This Brooklyn-based illustrator uses visual storytelling to transport viewers into the various worlds she creates.
Through his intimate style, this New York–based photographer seeks to capture portraits of authenticity.
Helmed by Malte Gruhl, this Berlin-based team of three designers seeks to create bold work that has never before been seen.
With clean, modular type design, this Leicester, UK–based type foundry affirms the importance of typography for brand voice.
On the eve of AI’s rise, Ernie Schenck philosophizes on the origins and future of human creativity.
Book Reviews
This book by author Justin Dauer delves into how designers find self-actualization and connections with others through their work.
Author Irene Pereyra explores her own experience creating user interfaces to elucidate on what makes great design.
Author Zachary Kaiser evaluates and philosophizes on how interfaces reflect the realities in which we wish to live.

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