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Over de Vloed

Festival Over de Vloed is a three-day festival in the Netherlands with events at several places along 90 kilometers of UNESCO World Heritage Wadden Sea coastline. As first editions go, it needed a program, an identity and a website appealing to both prospected participants and visitors. The design is in direct reference to the festival's close proximity to the sea. It allows scrolling along 90 kilometers of sea dike, plotting festival participants and events alike. The color scheme of green, red and blue derives from the provincial flag of Groningen, where the festival is held.

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The Screeners

The design of The Screeners aims to bring a pleasing, simple and usable experience to movie review websites. Many websites of the same type have a confusing and cluttered layout and this obstructs the experience for the end user. The design of The Screeners puts the movies front and center and implements a simple, uncluttered and intuitive experience. Everything the regular visiting user will need can be found on every page in a simple manner and this is how it should be.

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Juan Ferreras

A personal website for Juan Ferreras, a designer and developer from Argentina. He purposely wanted his website to be more about who he is rather than what professional projects he has engaged in the past. The website visually exploits the duality concept of being both a designer and a developer at the same time and emphasizes how both roles complement each other.

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Lawyer Martin-Hayner

Lawyer Hayner wants to differ with the Relaunch of his website from other lawyers and presents itself uncomplicated and personal in the web. The new created homepage was consciously unusually formed for a lawyer: Instead of dry empty phrases lawyer Hayner stands out in the web with striking, partly provoking sayings. But on the respective questions, the astonishing resolution follows directly with a wink.

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Two Rooms

The film uses a large number of dynamic language, the theme is about self-breaking, the film is divided into two scenes. One scene is to break the shackles, in this scene, the designer used various elements to create a tense scene; Another scene comes to a freedom and infinite space. Music with a strong rhythm of throughout the film, which highlight the different characteristics of the two scenes.

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Stick n seek

Many people hesitate to try new things since they can't decide what to eat or wear. Stick n seek is inspired from the tendency of people to select things that are among their friends interests when they face new stuff in restaurants or stores. It uses RFID tags which are located under food dishes or on the clothes, allowing your friends to suggest you food or clothes to try. You can find the suggested items via the the app once you enter the place. Also, you can surprise someone by buying them a gift so he can come to the mentioned shop and find the secret gift there.

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Design interview of the day

Read the latest interviews and conversations on design, creativity and innovation between design journalist and world-famous designers, artists and architects. See latest design projects and award-winning designs by famous designers, artists, architects and innovators. Discover new insights on creativity, innovation, arts, design and architecture. Learn about design processes of great designers.

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