Art. Lebedev Studio
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The studio creates industrial and graphic design for commercial entities and does not accept projects from private citizens and political or religious organizations. Its motto is "Design will save the world." As of November 2011, it has five principal art directors and over 100 employees. The studio has its headquarters in Moscow, as well as other offices in Kiev and New York City.
History and work
The studio began with graphic design, then expanded to include interfaces, web design, and most recently industrial design. It has an educational center, a publishing house, a media department, and several software teams. In 2011, Russian advertising research company AdMe called them the leading web studio in Russia.
They designed the Optimus Maximus keyboard, with customizable Organic light-emitting diode displays on every key, and the Just5 Brick mobile phone. They also won a public vote for the best redesign of the Moscow Metro map, in 2013.
- Parser, a web scripting language developed by the studio for its web projects and released as free software.
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