Design Release

Design Release

Design Release featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Cancer Care Initiative

Hair for Hope is a hair donation charity event initiated by the hope foundation for cancer care for cancer survivors. This event is most influential in educating young adults about doing public good. The team has designed the service and the identity to reinforce its communication and experience with the participants. In the future, this initiative and identity will become a symbol of call-to-action for cancer survivors to share their experiences and for the younger generation to act and make ripples of impact for society's benefit. You can be someone's hope.

Continue reading

 

Mind Without Borders

Mind without borders designed for children's health and care during the spread of an epidemic, integrates regular return health information, family and friends messages, secure and anonymous communication with children from all over the world, experiences the pleasure of writing letters and waiting to receive them, and reduces anxiety.

Continue reading

 

Pandaid

Pandaid is a website dedicated to protecting lives from pandemics. It is co-edited by volunteers, including doctors, editors, and more. The editorial emphasis goes towards providing scientific facts in ways that are easy to understand and to implement. As part of the project, there're other developments, a face shield to prevent splashes, signage to protect social distance humorously, and posters to communicate its importance.

Continue reading

 

Voice Mask

Voice Mask is a concept wearable device that mutes whatever users say aloud while wearing it. It utilizes noise-cancelling technology to mask their voice by emitting the opposite sound wave. Voice Mask is used to participate in online meetings while in a public space. It can prevent confidential information from leaking and avoid bothering others. When in use, Voice Mask is worn around the neck and positioned to cover the user's mouth. It can be folded and carried around.

Continue reading

 

Solit

The design allows customers to choose from more than 1,600 patterns of size regardless of their body type, disability or sexuality at an affordable price. It involves customers' voices, such as people with disabilities and sexual minorities, as well as medical and welfare professionals voices in the development process in the entire process, and cutting the fabric only after receiving a purchase request. This allows the design perfectly fits customers individual needs and their lifestyle.

Continue reading

 

Whoatemytofu

Invoking the metaphorical concept of eating tofu, this Project created an open type font design inspired by Tofu. Yuntong Sun believes graphic design as well as typography can be a tool for social change. As a woman, she also thinks this project is not only a visual design support for victims of sexual harassment and a new way for them to fight against sexual harassment. It's also a platform for them to speak out and feel united: You are not alone.

Continue reading

 

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.

Continue reading