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Dieter Rams' "Ten principles for Good Design"

Neue Haas Grotesk before it became Helvetica. One of the first promotionals, designed by Walter Bosshardt, 1958.

A perfect example of negative vs. positive contrast as a strong visual hierarchy is achieved using curved lines and negative space.

Mangion-Lightfoot identity for Charles Grech. It's all very beautiful, but I'd like to call attention to the voucher with the bar code. It's very simple and straightforward, easy to figure out. The hierarchy is appropriate and there is a sense of "officialness" about it.

UW Design 2012 // Even though the letters are separated and half-illuminated, it's still very easy to read the words. Organization + disorganization combines to create quite a nice poster.

Graphic design, infographic, style, colours palette, simple illustrations - inspiration.

John Jay’s “10 lessons for young designers” | Good "back to the basics" design advice, though number 1 is kinda ironic ;)

Agile is about small teams that deliver real, working software at all times, get meaningful feedback from users as early as possible, and improve the product over time in iterative development cycles.