Application Design

New FDA Logo - Food and Drug Administration

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The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has a new logo. Within the U.S Department of Health and Human Services, the FDA helps ensuring the safety, quality, security and capability of human and veterinary drugs, various vaccines and medical devices, plus the same administration governs and is responsible for the security of food supply across United States of America, including cosmetics, supplements, electronic devices and tobacco products. (Although that E-CIG is still unapproved by the FDA)

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Rio 2016 Olympics: The Olympic Medal & a Protective Casing

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The 2016 Rio Olympics Sophisticated Medal Casing Image Credits: Nfgraphics.com 2016 Olympics Logo was confirmed to be a 3 dimensional image whereas Milton Glaser ranked all the logo designs confirming which stood out the most. The casing nevertheless seems not only attractive but also serves as a protective shell for the hidden treasure within it. […]

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Netflix Similarities

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Netflix Icon Image Credits: www.theverge.com Xapo Icon Image Credits: www.xapo.com So, a friend was constantly telling me since a week that the Xapo icon for the Digital Money Company and the Netflix ‘new’ icon has uncanny resemblance. The image above as I understand has a difference in color gradients, nevertheless when looked at on a […]

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Pokémon Logo & Pokémon Go Application

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Approximately 5 years ago, Niantic changed the way people had diverse interactions around the world with the help of the world’s first ‘real world gaming’ platform. By coherently understanding the gaming technology and tapping in to the user interface of smart phones and locational technology and building a massive measurable server with global location dataset […]

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