Archive for the ‘Motion Design’ Category

  • Luma7, Concept Discovery Engine

    Luma7  is a place where you can Build Mindmaps Automatically and find new idea connections to kick-start your creative process It started because it’s very hard to have ideas “on-demand”, and because we are always primed by the ideas and knowledge that we already have, every time we try to be creative.   This is a very […]

  • RMG – Risk Management Group

    Have a look at their website: www.rmgroup.com   RMG is a B2B brand that delivers non tangible products and therefore relies heavily on the power of the brand and it’s touchpoints as a channel to convey its values. The website is thus a key tool in the communication strategy for RMG and has to be a […]

  • Museeka – Motion Design

    Museeka is a music streaming service with a unique proposition; to analyse the musical DNA of each song and help users find new music that they might like. Any project that’s related with the music field is always exiting; normally there is a good degree of freedom and the target audience is in general quite […]

  • helee

    Helee is a brand dedicated to produce ties. It is targeted to men and women between the ages of 25 to 45 with a high sense of design and style. The concept for the logo is very simple; a middle “L” as a metaphor for a tie and a composition with a high typeface to […]

  • Gaius Ingenium – Branding

    With offices both in Brussels and Lausanne-Switzerland, Gaius ingenium provides advisory resourcing and payroll services in the European market, and it was involved in a full branding approach from start. This was a project touching everything from brand audit to motion graphics, passing of course by logo and identity design. The website can be visited […]

  • Fireworks, Champagne and Raisins

    Hello and happy new year!, The interactive version Requires Quicktime player.   As an alternative, you can also check out the video above. Cheers and Merci ;)

  • How to design a logo in two hours and a business in 54h.

    That was the challenge for the Startup Weekend Genève (Geneva) 2010. The concept of the Startup Weekend is to pitch an idea, build a team, and start a business in a weekend. After hearing some ideas I decided to join team 31 as were by far the most enthusiastic about their project, and passion is […]

  • Digital 2.0 – ipad, tablets, and new uses of technology

    At  >moser design we have developed a new application for the iPad that intended to show the new possibilities of the device and how it can be used in a commercial and educational environment. This is intended to be used as a demo tool and to answer some questions like: How does the Ipad works […]

  • An Interview with Interactive Designer Camille Scherrer

    Camille Scherrer is a swiss designer that perfectly combines augmented reality and with graphic design resulting in projects that are both cutting edge and elegant. Currently working at the EPFL+ECAL lab, Camille likes to say that she plays at the intersection of technology and art, and she agreed to answer us some questions about her […]

  • Les Sports, La Tele

    Motion Graphics done at >moser design for La tele (regional TV broadcaster in Switzerland) You can check out the show live here

  • Visual code designers; the right / left brain dillema.

    A new kind of designer is emerging on the face of the new mediums of technology and information. Mobile devices, tablets, the proliferation of connectivity and the open source democratization are some of the reasons for this new paradigm. We are used to think that  designers often work mainly with the right side of the […]

  • Piggy the brave

    Piggy the brave is a project composed by 10 different illustrations for a kid’s story. “And Rooster Redwattle and Cat Meow brought eight more sandwiches and eight eggs and one platter of porridge. And it ate it all. Fine.” “Great clock struck twelve and the moon watched in from the window then the Owl Oakhead […]

  • Augmented Reality 09

    Here is an experiment with Augmented reality back in 2009, produced with the FLAR toolkit. The live version is long gone, but there’s still a video showing how it worked.