We’re excited to share a first look of our work for a new quick service food chain in Ahmedabad – ‘Majja - Your Desi Snackswale’, launched on 20th December by actor and M.P. Mr. Paresh Rawal.
Majja is for the masses and classes alike, especially young students and office goers who want a quick, inexpensive bite on the run. The brand's main USP is it's authentic Mumbai style Vada Pav, along with Idli, Missal Pav, Vada Ussal and Rajwaadi Chaas and more.
With the ambition to go pan India and then global, the challenge was to create a brand synonymous with authentic taste, fun, young and affordable.
The solution - an illustrated story of India where food is the hero and who loves to be loved by every Indian and brings them close, no matter where they are or who they are.
Check out their facebook page for more! #abaayegamajja
It's our 2nd birthday today. And because we knew you'd forget (you're a busy person after all!), we remembered for you. So, as usual, we've made life simple. We've pre-baked a cake. All you have to do is design it the way you want (that's right, tables have turned this time around) and send it back to us. Choose your own message, cliparts, design elements, etc. We can't wait to have our own cake and eat it too.
Goo-goo-gaah-gaaah. Grrrlmprb. Jzzbllopopop. Pfffffft. If you think this is just baby babble, think again. Babies are capable of coherent thoughts, as this uber cute self initialed Onesie project by NH1 Design shows. This project was featured kidsstoppress.
Not So Serious, a fashion label from India, was looking for a creative yet buzz-worthy online design solution for their Autumn Winter ’15 lookbook. Digital media has changed the way fashion is reported, consumed and shared. So, instead of the regular online look-book, Just after she unveiled her collection at the Amazon India Fashion Week we took the audience on an exciting virtual trip through her collection. Check out our Instragam lookbook @notsoseriousAW15
Our annual trip to KDY ensures we return with a bag full of inspiration. In addition, we’ve come back with a blue elephant two years running. At the Kyoorius Design Awards 2014, NH1 wins again! This time in the Design for Good category. Our work for the Central Square Foundation has been recognised from among a total of 680 entries submitted across nine categories and the jury awarded a total of 27 Blue Elephants. We’re pretty stoked!
August seemed to be in the mood to listen to what NH1 has to say – about what makes us tick, the state of Design in India, how NH1 was born and even who we would like to take to dinner! We’re thrilled to have been featured in not one, but two Indian Advertising and Design Blogs., Desi Creative and Kulzy. The months of August and September have been good indeed!