NINA
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I'm Nina, a communication design student at the UAS Munich, faculty of design.
I am an enthusiast in the fields of corporate design, branding and UX design. I am delighted from various subject areas, shaping a holistic experience with others and especially for the people. Leveraging the point of touchpoints of everybody is my misson. As a designer I love working conceptually, especially in ever-changing environments and always-changing projects. Flexibility and mindfulness are my personal values. I am available as well for freelance works, collaborations or all kind of co-working opportunities. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me!


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©2021
SEMESTER 5
SUPERVISOR:
ALEXANDER GIALOURIS


The Devatin is a cross between the Latin and Devanagari alphabets. The characteristics of the two alphabets as well as the appearance and handling of glyphs could hardly be more different. The Devatin is meant to represent the connection and cohesion of different cultures and to visualise the cohesion of differences with each other. Based on the glyphs of the "Rajdhani" typeface (designed by the Indian Type Foundry), which is available in both the Devanagari and Latin alphabets, the basic forms were adopted, as well as the character aesthetics of the Devatin glyph system.









For a consistent and concise appearance of the Devatin, there are two colour tones that can be used preferentially for coloured graphic representations. The colour palette consists of a muted orange and a royal blue. The orange is a modified tone from the Indian flag, the blue is a modified tone from the European flag. The choice of colours is not only to create an eye-catching visual appearance, but also to remind us of the basic idea of Devatin: the connection and cohesion of different cultures and ways of life; and the uniting of cultural differences into one.