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Dynamic identities The increasing ubiquity of screens allowed dynamic identities to really take off. Irene Van Nes published one of the first books (2012) about these and calls them "dynamic identities", as part of "living brands". However, MTV was one of the first brands featuring variations, as far back as 1981. These dynamic brands do not necessarily ...


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Most style guides simply can't account for all use cases. The decision of how and when to diverge from a style guide ultimately comes down to who is in charge and often how severe the divergence. If you are in charge, then it's your call. I find as long as I'm sticking with defined fonts and colors, then things should be okay. It's not uncommon to break ...


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Stop using Photoshop for the 3D part. There are better options out there, and free. I will dive into it later. Study the wonderful and profound paper I made about projections. https://www.otake.com.mx/Apuntes/Imagen/EnviromentMaps/ The basic idea is that you need to understand that putting a 2D image into a 3D sphere is a bit complicated and you need to ...


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Too long for a comment, so daring an answer, even though I'm not an expert in planet design. I see several problems with your moon, if its surface is not flat: If there is relief, the edges of the moon against deep space must be somewhat jaggy (and of course match the relief near the edge). Shadows cannot be the same everywhere. There are almost no shadows ...


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