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Wow... Hashem at the Brain Sells blog posted a great video of Apple's beautiful interactive 3D "pillars" from the Tokyo Ginza Store. They let visitors to the store know what's on each floor. Check out the video below.
Posted at 05:46 PM in Apple, Good Design, Japan, Trends, Video | Permalink
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Thanks for the mention.
Its always inspiring to see the detail to which Apple thinks about their brand experience. While others are still working on the look of a store or what the employees wear, Apple has moved on to making sure all the details are thought through the lens of their brand.
This interface is very simple, quick to get to what you need and designed with a clean interesting aesthetic. All Apple!
Hashem Bajwa |
December 05, 2006 at 04:35 PM
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