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Firefox’s bold new branding is a glimpse into Mozilla’s grand plan

It’s the result of a years-long process that involved the public’s feedback on two potential design directions.

The logo of the popular browser Firefox is instantly recognizable: a little red fox encircling a blue orb. But for Mozilla, the internet freedom nonprofit that builds and runs the browser, Firefox is evolving to become a lot more than just a browser. That meant Firefox needed a new logo and a new branding system that could encompass all the services that Mozilla is starting to offer, including a password manager, file-sharing service, and a hack notification system.

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Branding for The Dayrooms Cafe by Two Times ElliottWe were…


Branding for The Dayrooms Cafe by Two Times Elliott


Branding for The Dayrooms Cafe by Two Times Elliott


Branding for The Dayrooms Cafe by Two Times Elliott


Branding for The Dayrooms Cafe by Two Times Elliott


Branding for The Dayrooms Cafe by Two Times Elliott


Branding for The Dayrooms Cafe by Two Times Elliott


Branding for The Dayrooms Cafe by Two Times Elliott


Branding for The Dayrooms Cafe by Two Times Elliott


Branding for The Dayrooms Cafe by Two Times Elliott


Branding for The Dayrooms Cafe by Two Times Elliott

Branding for The Dayrooms Cafe by Two Times Elliott

We were tasked to create the branding for Café group, The Dayrooms Café based in both Notting Hill and most recently Holborn. Continuing along the visual route applied through the retail space, the café continues on Antipodean influences both through its ingredients and spaces. We created the full identity, spatial creative and direction for the brand.

Two Times Elliott is a design consultancy producing a diverse range of work spanning across brand identity, art direction, spatial and web design. Located in Angel, North London, they work within a range of sectors from the fashion and beauty, property, F&B and product fields. Their simplified yet considered aesthetic has allowed them to produce engaging work for an array of clients from across the world ranging from startups to global brands.

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Scott Albrecht turns typographic forms into abstract works of art

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With a background in graphic design, Brooklyn-based artist Scott Albrecht creates abstract works in painted wood that draw on typographic forms and the techniques of visual communication. The son of an artist and designer, he states that “I developed an interest in creative work pretty early on. When I was in high school, I started publishing a punk zine called the Uptown Beat. It was before the internet blew up and I was living in a fairly rural area in New Jersey, which didn’t make it easy to get access to alternative or counter cultures. My main motivation when I started the zine was to create something to share all the bands I was listening to at the time that weren’t well known with my friends, but through publishing it, I started to develop an interest in graphic design.”

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