They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. If that’s the case, designers are quite generous with their compliments, especially when it comes to brand logo colors and, by extension, mobile application icons. Open your smartphone home screen: See a lot of blue? We thought so. In entrepreneur and blogger Stuart Hall’s “The Colors … Read more Why Are So Many App Icons Blue?
In a recent interview, French President Emmanuel Macron argued that the absence of “grand narratives” in society has eroded public trust in political leadership and has constrained the aspirations of countries and their citizens. It’s a sentiment that President Macron’s predecessors Charles de Gaulle or François Mitterrand might have expressed, but one could easily envision … Read more The Return of Grand Narratives
This post originally appears on the Holmes Report Huawei, a company almost unknown its own market five years ago, is now preparing to tell its story aggressively in the West. CANNES—Huawei, a company almost unknown its own market five years ago, is now preparing to tell its story aggressively in the West. “We want to … Read more Cannes: Huawei Emphasizes Co-Creation As It Expands Beyond China