TYPEONE is our new bi-annual magazine that uses creative type mediums as a gateway to explore topics such as culture, business, technology, innovation, and design. All these explorations lead by our TYPE01 team and network of freelancers discuss global initiatives, projects, campaigns, and the people behind them — spotlighting the next generation and featuring a talented scope of creative humans from around the world.
In this issue:
Embark on a journey that brings you inspiration, knowledge, and an unwavering sense of direction to learn more about creative coding.
Code forms the very DNA of our day-to-day digital activities, from scrolling through social media apps to ordering from your favourite clothing brand, you name it, you’ve most likely already interacted with it prior to reading this. It continues to form a major part of our lives, and expands right across the design industry, leaving no stone unturned.
For TYPEONE magazine issue 07, we consider code through two primary lenses. Function, first and foremost, and the artistic possibilities that it creates coming in close behind. Within these two areas, we go even deeper, exploring the exciting forms of creative expression, with code. From exploring how design studios are using it as a tool to create their creative solutions, fused with the art of creative coding in building interactive, unconventional websites with Korean-born designer Yehwan Song, and algorithmic, data-driven brand identities with ex-Pentagram designer, and now head of her own agency, Talia Cotton, this issue has so much more!
The Value We Bring
With every issue, we dedicate ourselves to the task of providing you with grounded pieces of advice from industry professionals to better your creative career, relatable content from designers at all stages of their career journeys, inspirational stories, and a fresh, unique perspective on the world of graphic design and typography.
Issue 07 – Cover Design
Issue 07 features a crIssue 07
eative-code-inspired design by Outlander’s Design Director, Tameem Sankari — a creative who pushes the boundaries of traditional art forms and explores new avenues of creative expression using code.
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