We're happy to announce that we won logo and web design contest organized by The National Digital Archives – one of the central archives of the state archive network in Poland. Searcharchives.pl is an on-line platform developed by the NDA and it presents scans and descriptions of archives collected in the Polish state archives. Currently there are over 25 million scans of archives available, and it is the biggest digital archive in Poland. As the organizers said, "Transparent design concept met Search Archives platform goals at the highest level. Its readability and transparency enables users to easily find what they look for and it encourages them to explore the website. Moreover, web design is consistent and flexible, so it can be easily adapted to changes".
Victory at logo and web design contest
Onegszabat.org platform launch
We are thrilled to announce that 71 years after unearthing the first cache of the Warsaw Ghetto Underground Archive the testimonies of its creators have been shared to the world on an easy-accessible, multi-language crowdfunding platform. We are proud that we made it. Please visit onegszabat.org and support this unique project.
Agrafa’17 Graphic Competition
Our Design Director has become a juror in 12th International Competition of Student’s Graphic Design. Ilya judges works at websites | apps | digital publications category. The competion is organized together with the International Design Conference Attitudes '17.
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'Minority / Majority' poster was created as a part of Democracy Illustrated initiative, which aims to graphically demonstrate concepts and values describing democracy. Our illustration interprets minority-majority relations in a democratic society. It reminds the fact that decisions of the majority cannot violate minorities' rights. You can buy this poster at Cloudmine store.
The Second Polish Exhibition of Graphic Symbols
BazHum logo is being presented at The Second Polish Exhibition of Graphic Symbols. You can also find it in a beautifully issued publication. The curators: Patryk Hardziej, Rene Wawrzkiewicz.