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How Logos Have Changed Over the Decades

By on October 15th, 2014 | Category: Inspiration

The Evolution of iOS [infographic]

By on September 15th, 2014 | Category: Knowledge

In light of the evolutionary change of the iOS, we decided to dig a little deeper to the first ‘iPhone OS’ right through to it’s latest iteration iOS 8. It’s development both in the hardware and software front over just only 6 years is beyond remarkable.

We have charted the evolution of the home screen, app icons and the most noteworthy features of each iOS.

The Evolution of iOS

Source: https://www.7dayshop.com/blog/ios-timeline/

Brand Revitalization. Why you need it?

By on October 13th, 2011 | Category: Knowledge

What is Brand Revitalization?

It’s a change. It’s a refresh. It’s a renewal. It’s a facelift. It’s a repositioning your company to a better stage than current one. Yes, brand revitalization is simply to change your company’s identity to a new look that can bring freshness and vitality to your company’s image. It’s not necessarily doing a complete new design, but rather take your current brand and clean it up to fit in current trends, your competitors and your audience.

Why does your company need Brand Revitalization?

The need for brand revitalization may be driven by some of the following circumstances:

  • Outdated or irrelevant current brand
  • New leadership for the company
  • New direction for the company
  • New or different audience

Here are some examples on how these great America’s companies always become a leader in their industry:


Your brand is your asset. Your company’s success depends on your company image. It’s talking about reputation.

Less Is More

By on December 21st, 2010 | Category: Knowledge

When I was in art school, the only thing that stick in my mind is this phrase “Less is more”. That’s why most of my design style is very clean, simple yet sophisticated. Why sophisticated? Because I truly understand the value of the design elements such as typography, color, and human emotion that evolve in a design.