Jason Wong joins Reign Design

Jason is ReignDesign’s new Interface Designer.  Jason grew up in Los Angeles and later moved to Seattle where he studied both design and psychology. Since then his tireless work ethic has seen him practicing design in all media: graphic, industrial, web, video, and motion graphics.  Jason ran a small design consultancy in Seattle for two …

Anukriti Verma joins ReignDesign

Anukriti Verma joins ReignDesign as a Visual Designer. Next to creating visual designs for interfaces, she is passionate about user experience and product strategy. Hailing from New Delhi, India, she is a graduate of the IDC IIT Bombay. During her studies, she took on the humongous project of creating a beautiful typeface of 280 characters of …

Merry Christmas!

Hello there! Since Christmas is almost here, I wanted to give my colleagues a special gift. And drawing is what I do best – since I am a graphic designer, so I decided to do a Holiday version of each of us. Since we’re in three different countries, I thought this would bring us together …

ReignDesign attending GMIC Beijing 2014

Matt is attending GMIC Beijing 2014 today and tomorrow, and guest-blogging for the GMIC Blog! GMIC is the major mobile internet conference in China, and this year’s theme is “mobilising the next 5 billion”. You can read updates from the event on the GMIC blog or follow ReignDesign on Twitter for live updates and photos. …

CocoaHeads Shanghai

On Thursday, May 8, ReignDesign will host the next CocoaHeads! CocoaHeads is a monthly meetup group for iOS developers and designers in Shanghai. The theme will be Beacons and Bacon. We can guarantee interesting talks about iBeacons, but there may be a shortage of the food of the gods. Spaces are limited, so if you …

Making your own Shanghai street sign

At my recent engagement party we had designed some personalised Shanghai street signs! A lot of people asked me how to make one, so I thought I’d provide a tutorial. If you’re not familiar with Shanghai street signs, this is how modern signs look! You’ll still find older green signs around Shanghai, but all signs in …