Ohh! Football

brand creation & microsite design
brand creation & microsite design
brand creation & microsite design
brand creation & microsite design
brand creation & microsite design
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Ohh! Football was another quirky project that originated in the minds of our colleagues from Two Point Zero. Their love of football and Web3 NFT technology came together in this unique set of over 200 static and animated GIF NFTs depicting the most memorable moments from football history all around the world.

Although small in scale, this little microsite was a pleasure to work on with its vibrant colour palette and charming, pixel art graphics created by artists from Two Point Zero.

 

UX, UI & brand creation: Marek Charytonowicz
Client: Two Point Zero

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The Art of Pixel

The logotype followed the quirky charm of the brand name combining blocky slab serif typeface with a thumbnail of a football replacing the letter 'O'.

We wanted the logo to convey the same joyful enthusiasm that powered the idea behind the project - the sheer love of the sport. Bold yet playful, the logotype is designed to work as a badge and as an avatar.

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Typography

Primary typeface

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Since the collection of GIF NFTs is the essence and sole purpose of this brand, the colour palette was destilled from the graphics themselves, creating as a result a selection of swatches that are happy, vibrant and playful.

There's no clear framework - the visual appeal is defined by diversity and accident just like the football moments depicted by the NFTs.

The result is welcoming and inviting - bringing a smile to any football fan who will easily recognise their favorite players and moments in the colourful pixels moving on the screen.

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Website design

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