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A visual metaphor for the
Center of Information Technology and Society CITS

 

 

 

This websites gathers all the materials and project documentation around CITS new visual identity. A computer program was written to generate the graphic output. It is built as a tool for future use with many applications. The software creates a metaphor between technology and it´s role/impact on society.

 

 

VISUAL GUIDELINES
 

A 13 page brochure explaining in full detail the metaphor and software use.
>> DOWNLOAD PDF (8 MB)

 

 

 

 

USEFUL MATERIAL TO DOWNLOAD

 

 

Download CITS logo with no subtitle:

White ( PDF / Illustrator )
Black (PDF / Illustrator )

Download CITS logo with subtitle:

White ( PDF / Illustrator )
Black (PDF / Illustrator )

DOWNLOAD ZIP FILE WITH ALL TYPES (4 MB )

 

 

Download a package of HD PDF files ,
featuring different color backgrounds and combinations.

DOWNLOAD HD PDF files with no background

 

Download the following files for video:

Opening sequence

Sequenced images, ready to be created as videos (or mixed)
when necessary:

Black ( minimal / saturated)
Blue ( minimal / saturated)
Oxford ( minimal / saturated)

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This sequences need to be joined in a professional video-editing software. An advanced user can download the Processing source, read the instructions on the first tab and create new sequences.

 

* Note: an infinite number of images can be generated using the software provided below.

 

 

 

THE SOFTWARE

 

 

 

 

 

 

DOWNLOAD CITS-Metaphor IN THE FOLLOWING VERSIONS:

MAC OS X (recommended) - 40 MB
WINDOWS (not tested) - 6 MB

Advanced users:

Download source Processing code - 840 KB

 

 

 

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Summer - MMXV

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  >> Download CV
>> Previous and further work at Realität
>> "Logics of Elusion" - a photo journal from Cali.

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2016