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Google’s Material Design Brought To Real Life With Gorgeous, Tactile Postcards
By Dorothy Tan, 17 Nov 2014
To celebrate the 2014 I/O Conference, Google has gotten San Francisco-based design studio Manual to bring its Material Design philosophy offline and translate it into a real, physical product that one can hold in their hands.
The result is a set of striking, vibrantly colored postcards that is designed to “reinterpret the graphic language of Material Design and present it in a reductive and physical way”—this gorgeous promotional pack presents the principles of Material Design in a tactile way that feels real and tangible.
In addition to postcards that introduce—in a visual manner—the various elements of Google’s new graphic language, this limited edition printed kit also contains a sketchbook that provides various UI templates for interface designers to work out their ideas.
View more images of this well-executed pack below—or check out more of Manual’s work on their website.
[via Brand New]
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