Ristorante Firenze


The Firenze is a traditional Italian restaurant located near Frankfurt, Germany, since 1974. Designed by Sarah Le Donne.

After a small refresh of the existing logo, the task was to create a totally new concept and design for menu and wine cards, vouchers, brochures, business cards, letterheads and a website. The idea behind the identity was to lay the focus on the fresh products the restaurant is well known for. Also the classic Italian colors are reinterpreted in a modern way.

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Frontify Brand Style Guide Management


I’ve recently started using Frontify to manage brand style guides for clients. It has a nice and easy to use interface and its free to try.

A solution like this is a little more robust then sending a static .pdf to the client or your team and its easier to evolve the brand across multiple digital channels.

Manually creating static style guides is time-consuming and inefficient. Frontify provides powerful tools to visually specify colors, fonts, dimensions and more. This new way of creating design specs is not only faster, but also more usable by developers. Since customers prefer to get a design guideline document, Frontify does that for you as well. Always up-to-date. With a single click.

Besides having a professional document to share, you’re able to create full-featured front-end style guides with generated CSS or by adding your own custom code snippets using the Frontify Builder.

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18 next level marketing blogs that will help you grow your business today


This is my collection of bloggers and resources that add a ton of value for anybody interested in getting started learning about marketing or growing your existing business.

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Free App HTML Landing Page Website


This is a simple app HTML landing page designed by 10C.ca available for free download.

One page is designed for a pre launch phase to help grow an email list or simply test an idea. The second page is a basic placeholder to direct users to the correct app store or add extra info about your company and product with the pages that are included.

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