Circle K announced a rebrand a few weeks ago and it’s pretty walk-by-ably forgetable.
Author Archive for: Ian Tirone
About Ian Tirone
Ian Tirone has been a professional designer for six years. Starting his career at the world’s largest digital agency, he specializes in interactive design and has taught Motion Graphics at the University of Kansas.
Entries by Ian Tirone
When you work to win awards you do a disservice to your clients. Just because a piece of work didn’t win an award doesn’t mean that it didn’t move the needle for the client.
Why shouldn’t our televisions be as much a personal statement as the other furniture and appliances in our lives?
I came across this brilliant piece of advertising the other day and since then I’ve been unable to stop thinking about it. It’s perfect. It does everything it needs to do.
I don’t even know what to say about how dope this is. About Blank has some serious motion graphics skill. It looks like it would fit in nicely among the BIKLOPS world where things inexplicably start melting.
Love Hultén is a Swedish designer, craftsman and all around badass.
Over the years it’s become clear that there’s a startling difference in the quality of students coming out of the different graphic design programs around town.
What do you do with a student who doesn’t have enough experience or skill to be an intern?
I’ve never been so excited about something so walk-by-able. This redesign has been out since March, but given my previous repulsion to the Open Table brand it’s no wonder I hadn’t come across this until last week when Jeff was implementing a reservation form an the new American Restaurant website we are currently developing.