YAAY Transforms Information into Remarkable and Beautiful Artefacts
Have a Look at Our Portfolio and See What We Have Created Recently
Annual Report Results
The School of Business sends an annual letter as an end-of-year-review to its employees and stakeholders. In 2014 we were asked to design it as a visual experience.
In 2015 the Swiss Post approached YAAY, with the idea of creating a rich microsite with animated infographics on e-commerce.
The Naturalization Mountains of Switzerland
The project is our first research work with journalistic focus initiated internally. The graphic visualizes the cantonal comparison of Swiss naturalization numbers in 2015.
This is a story on our experience working with experts from different fields and what we found out about appreciating historical books.
In spring 2016 YAAY presented its work at the Grafik16 exhibition. We conceived an interactive tool to find out what type of creative you are.
Meet the Faces Behind YAAY
Darjan is the information visualization specialist and business coordinator. At YAAY he is the heart and the pacemaker at the same time. His work constitutes a manifestation of facts and findings in the depths of the data sea.
Nicole is a multifaceted graphic designer with incredibly developed senses in typography. She can notice a bad layout from far distance with the precision of a sharpshooter. That is why we call her «the typography police».
Indre is an information designer with very special and charming illustration skills. Over the years she has become a symbol of obsessive precision and hard work. Her background in product design is an enormous benefit for the three dimensional YAAY projects.
Safak is a video and motion designer. With expertise in storytelling and a flair for charmingly written emails he could easily make you believe that the Big Bang was a miscalculated attack of the Ottoman army. He is also our source of nerdy news in YAAY.
Christine is a communication specialist by all means. She analyzes content and data for our projects with great curiosity. If she could only bring one thing to a deserted island, it would probably be her notebook.