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Jeremy Schorderet

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009
© ECAL / Jeremy Schorderet

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009
© ECAL / Jeremy Schorderet

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009
© ECAL / Jeremy Schorderet

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009
© ECAL / Jeremy Schorderet

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009
© ECAL / Jeremy Schorderet

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009
© ECAL / Jeremy Schorderet

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009
© ECAL / Jeremy Schorderet

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009
© ECAL / Jeremy Schorderet

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009
© ECAL / Jeremy Schorderet

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009
© FOC / Michel Bonvin

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009
© ECAL / Jeremy Schorderet

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009
© ECAL / Jeremy Schorderet

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009
© FOC / Michel Bonvin

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009
© FOC / Michel Bonvin

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009
© FOC / Michel Bonvin

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009
© ECAL / Jeremy Schorderet

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009
© ECAL / Jeremy Schorderet

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009
© ECAL / Jeremy Schorderet

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009
© ECAL / Jeremy Schorderet

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009
© ECAL / Jeremy Schorderet

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009
© ECAL / Jeremy Schorderet

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009
© ECAL / Jeremy Schorderet

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009
© ECAL / Jeremy Schorderet

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009
© ECAL / Jeremy Schorderet

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009
© ECAL / Jeremy Schorderet

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009

'All the best', web interface, book A4, series of posters A0, 2009
© FOC / Michel Bonvin

Jeremy Schorderet

Jeremy Schorderet

Overview

Category

Graphic Design

 

Work

'all the best': an interface web-module,
a book and a serial of posters (diploma work)

 

Reference

www.theletter.ch

Essay

Man and Machine

How can one outsmart the machine intelligence of the computer? Jeremy Schorderet, graphic designer from Lausanne, makes an idiosyncratic proposal by providing a web interface he calls 'The letter'. At www.theletter.ch, there is a field each for a text message, a signature and an e-mail address. The message is converted into an image that be e-mailed. The letters are distorted and complemented with undulating lines and circles. There is something loving about the result, which looks like flowery ornaments. The lines and circles and distorted lettering prevent the text from being recognized by a computer. The transformation is based on an algorithm originally developed for the computer application CAPTCHA (Computer Automated Program Telling Computers from Humans Apart). Such programmes and Web platforms are used when it is necessary to distinguish between humans and machines. CAPTCHA prevents the automatic intrusion of spam bots, for instance, to comb the Internet for e-mail addresses. Schorderet modified the program for his project, turning a practical Web application into a poetic one. His publication, All the Best, shows selected examples of his web interface, which he created for his bachelor's thesis project at the Ecole cantonale d'art de Lausanne in 2009. 'The letter' is not just for fun; it has already been used several times, for instance in Valentin Carron's artist's book, Learning from Martigny. Designed by Gavillet & Rust and Vincent Devaud, it was one of the winners of the Federal Office of Culture's most beautiful Swiss books competition in 2009.
Peter Stohler

Biography

Name

Jeremy Schorderet

 

Born

1981

Education

designer HES en communication visuelle