AET works mainly with sales, equipment and service activities in connection with clean air installations and contamination control for cleanrooms.
The identity visualizes AET's role and responsibility in relation to cleanrooms, contamination control, and their customers. The minimalistic approach breaks away from the visual conventions of the industry, and reflects the intuitive focused design language of contamination controlled environments.
The Norwegian Directorate for Children, Youth and Family Affairs (Bufdir) is responsible for matters relating to state-funded child welfare services, family counselling and adoption. Their main task is to provide high-quality assistance nationwide to children, young people and families in need.
Oppvekstrapporten is a report containing statistics and facts about child poverty and the increasing inequalities in Norway.
Illustration: Magnus Lunde Engen
A report on the governments strategy against children living in poverty. The report consists of assessments and research, in addition to personal stories from youth with a difficult upbringing.
To emphasize the balance between theory and reality—the design of the report, and the illustrations are reflected by the contrast in the report's content and themes.
Bertel O. Steen AS is one of Norway’s largest service and trading companies, and has its headquarters in the municipality of Lørenskog, Norway. Bertel O. Steen's main areas of business are automotive and property operations. At the close of 2016 the group had a turnover of NOK 14.4 billion and employed 2,306 full-time equivalents.
Anyone who orders freight transportation in Norway must have knowledge of relevant laws and regulations. This guide provides a simple overview of the requirements that both private and public entities must follow. In addition, the guide provides some tips and advice on what the client should review to quality assure a transport assignment.