"Our ability to create and innovate as designers always surprises me: How many visual stories can we tell with merely type and forms? Recently, two trends have caught my attention. They are the usage of geometric shapes and using typography as a texture. While the first method is straightforward, the latter usually involves using bold Sans Serif typefaces that anchor the tone of a project with enough weight and build momentum.”
Kenneth Kuh is currently a designer at Apple who worked for Nike previously. He graduated from ArtCenter College of Design in 2020 and his work has been recognized across multiple platforms such as TDC, ADC, Graphis Annual, and so on. Kenneth considers himself a jack of all trades and says he is always trying to learn and apply different sets of skills to his creative work.