The guys at Manual, a San Francisco-based creative studio were given a brief from the Google’s UXA team to interpret and encapsulate the firm’s Material Design philosophy in a limited edition printed takeaway that was both inspiring and functional. The final artwork would be given away at the launch at the 2014 I/O Conference.

It’s safe to say that Manual nailed the brief, producing a stunning end result. From Manual: “The kit communicates a set of intentions and design principles through abstract visual postcards. Special attention to print and production details bring the principles to life. Also contained in the kit is a functional sketchbook that provides different UI templates for interface designers to sketch ideas during the conference workshops.”

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You can get more details on this project via the Manual website.

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