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The Best and Worst Identities of 2018, Part 1: The Most Notable Reviewed & Noted

This first installment — of seven total coming over the holidays — looks at the most notable projects, from both the Reviewed and Noted categories, in terms of notoriety and media attention received. These are neither the best nor the worst, although a few make repeat appearances in other lists, but simply the most visible. Listed in order.

We will be back with regular posts on January 7, 2019.

(If you are on a feed reader, you will want to see this post on Brand New as there is custom CSS and code that only work in situ.)

See also:
Part 2: The Best Reviewed
Part 3: The Worst Reviewed
Part 4: The Best Noted
Part 5: The Worst Noted
Part 6: The Best Friday Likes
Part 7: The Click-bait-iest Linked

 

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If this change had applied to the U.S. as well — it’s only for Staples in Canada — it would have ranked much higher in this list but, like free (proper) health care, I doubt we’ll see it this side of the border.

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Little Caesars doesn’t get as much notoriety as Domino’s or Pizza Hut, even though it’s the third largest pizza behind them, but it may now be the best designed — relatively speaking within the pizza world — of the three.

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With Squarespace making major moves into the mainstream, getting such a funky new identity is a daring risk. Will it pay off?

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