CONTRASTED, E adject. whose contrasts are very marked, accused. A contrasting photograph.
CONTRAST v.i. or v.t. ind. (with ). To oppose in a striking way, to be in contrast with. This architectural concept contrasts with these old houses.
v.t. Contrast, in an artistic or literary work.
In her painting, she was able to contrast the figures. Contrast a photograph, an image: accentuate the oppositions between the light and dark parts
Throughout Contraste's existence, by practicing our methodology, we developed corporate identities, brands, publications, packaging and others, we also tested the reaction of the target audience to whom it was addressed. Each time, we found that it worked well, the recognition rate was good. This means that the company for which we develop something benefits from the increase in its reputation and expands its market. Interested? an email and we talk about it together.n
CONTRAST n.m. (ital. contrasto, struggle) opposition between two things that are highlighted by their juxtaposition. In contrast, in contrast to: as opposed to. IMAG. MED: Contrast product: substance injected to make certain organs opaque to X-rays.
How do we showcase you?
We practice, among other things, "design thinking": We listen to you, we ask you about your projects and objectives (short and long term), your needs, your desires, your dreams, your fears and your reluctance.
We analyze and integrate this data. We therefore integrate all your values.
This is followed by a kind of alchemy: we develop creative orientations that we share with you...
We prototype and test the chosen options.
We observe and analyze reactions and behaviors
We adapt the prototype, if necessary, according to these results.
And we are finalizing...