An independent archive of typography.
to participate.

Topics

Formats

Typefaces

Yes & No Design Studio website

Contributed by Bole on Mar 13th, 2020. Artwork published in
February 2020
.
    The homepage of Yes & No design studio, as seen on iPhone using dark theme.
    Source: https://ꑮ.com Yes & No Design Studio. License: All Rights Reserved.

    The homepage of Yes & No design studio, as seen on iPhone using dark theme.

    Yes & No is an independent creative studio with deep expertise in research, strategy, design, and engineering. The team works exclusively with startups that want to use design as a competitive advantage.

    The newly launched website for Yes & No design studio uses Tungsten (designed by Jonathan Hoefler and Tobias Frere-Jones, and available from Hoefler & Co), Gotham (designed by Tobias Frere-Jones, and available from Hoefler & Co); Mallory Compact width, using its MicroPlus optical size (designed by and available from Tobias Frere-Jones), and Operator (italics, ScreenSmart), designed by Andy Clymer and available from Hoefler & Co).

    The app design and development order form from Yes & No design studio website, as seen on iPhone.
    Source: https://ꑮ.com Yes & No Design Studio. License: All Rights Reserved.

    The app design and development order form from Yes & No design studio website, as seen on iPhone.

    The homepage of Yes & No design studio, as seen on iPad.
    Source: https://ꑮ.com Yes & No Design Studio. License: All Rights Reserved.

    The homepage of Yes & No design studio, as seen on iPad.

    The Q&A in the form of a dialogue, at newly launched Yes & No Design Studio, as seen on iPad.
    Source: https://ꑮ.com Yes & No Design Studio. License: All Rights Reserved.

    The Q&A in the form of a dialogue, at newly launched Yes & No Design Studio, as seen on iPad.

    Typefaces

    • Tungsten
    • Gotham
    • Mallory
    • Operator

    Formats

    Topics

    Designers/Agencies

    1 Comment on “Yes & No Design Studio website”

    1. The Yes / No monogram in the studio identity is also used for the studio website URL, likely the shortest design studio domain in the Fonts In Use collection: ꑮ.com.

      For the URL, the studio repurposed a glyph from the Yi language: Unicode A46EYI, Yi Syllable XYP.

      The website URL may be typable only for people in China, Vietnam or Thailand and a handful of linguists, it certainly makes for a nice conversation starter in the western world.

    Post a comment