Pentagram (New York) announced that the DOT DOT DOT app designed by Abbott Miller has been nominated for the 2013 People’s Design Award. Presented by Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum and Smithsonian Magazine, the competition invites the public to vote for their favorite design from a pool of nominees recognized for innovation.
For Platform, a new nonprofit organization and conference dedicated to increasing entrepreneurial diversity, Eddie Opara has created a technological identity that showcases difference in its own customizable wordmark. The project was recently featured on Fast Company’s Co.Design.
Celebrating its 100th anniversary, Formica asked Pentagram’s Michael Bierut, Abbott Miller, and Daniel Weil to design a special campaign that pays homage to a century of innovation, design, and cultural impact.
For the seventh year running, Domenic Lippa and his team designed the identity and all visual materials for the London Design Festival. To support this year’s festival theme (Here, There and Everywhere), Lippa created graphic boxes that act as windows onto the many applications of design in our lives.
Since 2006, Daniel Weil has worked with Juri Dojc on Dojc’s haunting photographic exhibition that captures what remains of the once-vibrant Jewish culture of pre-war Slovakia. For the latest incarnation of the exhibition, Weil has designed a space in a synagogue in Kosice, one of the subjects of the photographs.