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Reverse Engineer Post-Manchester United

Reverse Engineer Post- taking apart a product or process to determine how it was designed and why.

This post comes from Manchester United’s Instagram account. They post these post-game results after every game and this post analyzing this type of post by answering some questions. 446 more words

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This ad was taken from Nike’s Make Yourself Campaign, launched in 2011, photographed by¬†Annie Leibovitz, which featured seven elite female athletes, who were all part of the “Make Yourself” team Nike created for the campaign. 294 more words


Breaking Down a Delta Airlines Ad


This advertisement, designed in 2010, by Wieden+Kennedy was a brand campaign for Delta Airlines. The main purpose was to help reinforce Delta Airlines flights, to keep climbing, and adventuring by using their airlines. 288 more words


Find Your Greatness


This week we were tasked with finding a print ad that displays the elements of good design that we’ve been learning about. I admit that I struggled a bit with choosing one…not because I couldn’t find any, but because there were so many to choose from. 494 more words


We could be Hero's


In this image, the alignment is very simple yet defining, by displaying the balance of the design. There is not an overbearing use of alignment and because of the well used alignment it added order to the design. 158 more words


No Laughing Matter - A Design Critique

To the anonymous reader:

This is a reverse engineered critique of the PSA designed by Team One from FocusDriven. There are many aspects which the untrained eye notices but the viewer is not cognitive of. 909 more words


What Goes Around - Design Analysis

Today I am tasked with “reverse engineering” or analyzing several design principles used in a popular design. The image I’ve chosen is a print ad that was commissioned by the Global Coalition for Peace, with the intended purpose of evoking an almost emotional response in observers which would hopefully cause them to pause and ponder the message of the ad. 706 more words

Design Principles