Kids text a ton, and, as of now, it's not teaching them much of anything. But what if texting wasn't all LOLs and emojis – what if kids could learn something from it? iCorrect is a feature for the next Apple iOS release that transforms texting into a teaching tool.
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“Der Bund” is the daily newspaper of Switzerland’s capital, Bern. The paper’s key visual is a classic pair of glasses accompanied by a tagline that translates to: “For readers”. I was tasked with creating new, content-specific visuals retaining the glasses and adding suitable headlines.
The Ear-Protecting Glasses refer to a recent political debate about the noisy nightlife in downtown Bern. The headline reads: “Of Bern’s nightlife and other construction sites.”
The Painted Glasses mirror the work of Paul Klee (1879 – 1940), a painter, graphic designer, and a prominent figure in Bern. The headline reads: “Klee and other cultural dabs of color.”
The Muddy Glasses are, in my opinion, the most successful. The headline reads: “From YB (the local soccer team ‘Young Boys Bern’) match to the Gurten (a local mountain where a famous annual festival is held) mud.” The payoff is that the Swiss words for 'match' and 'mud' sound and are spelled nearly identical.
The following shots were taken with whatever I had in my hands. Some on a Rolleiflex film middle format camera (with a shutter that scared everyone within range), others on a twelve-pixel iPhone.