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Microsoft has recently introduced font family Aptos, previously known as Bierstadt (Beer Town in German), as the new default font for the Microsoft Office Suite. Aptos has replaced Calibri as the default font of …
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A common feature that is often overlooked when it comes to design is accessibility. Every year $411 billion is lost by excluding people with vision impairments from participating in the workforce. Truly inclusive design …
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Out of all the parties, the Victorian Labor Party's collateral design is refined and sophisticated. But the lack of brand consistency across their printed material echoes the free market sentiments of the Liberal Democrats …
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Unlike the Victorian Socialists, the Victorian Liberal Party have taken a radical approach to campaigning in the lead-up to the state election: completely disassociating with the Liberal Party and removing all logos from their …
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Whilst promoting Libertarian ideals that would see the government removed from people’s lives and creating a free market in more industries, the Liberal Democrats’ political campaign design ironically fails to present the best part …
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Backed by their iconic triangle lock-up and bold greens, the Greens have managed to establish themselves in Australia’s political consciousness as the third largest party championing progressive ideologies. However their recent shift in design …
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Y2K marked a period in the early 2000s rampant with excitement and wonder for the future of technology; why then, do we find ourselves circling back to this trend nearly 20 years later?
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Typography on a diagonal axis has a history within left wing political ideologies and counterculture movements. As new media and forms of communication emerge and shape the political landscape, it has become a hallmark …
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When designers are treated as execution-only tools, the outcome is restricted by parameters instated by other people. A whole world of understanding, creativity and thinking is being sidelined because the designers aren’t being used …

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