§AME hut is a nomadic design studio seeking new (and ancient) visual narratives.
is a twin collaboration (Pietro&Carlo Spini) that combine complementary skills and expertises in a multifaceted laboratory:
the Hut.

In the Hut prevail mutual respect, design ethics and rigor in the process, moreover, as a cultural disseminator, the hut is bound by an eco-social responsibility in inputs and outputs.
The hut is a space always open to new collaborations, we look forward to open a channel with you, (see if we are in the same area).

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§AME hut

§AME hut

This website has been designed to minimize the energy consumption where possible, and CO2 emissions that result from navigating the internet.

The designer is responsible for his or her own cultural and ecological footprint; in the act of designing, he or she always has a choice. Same.hut has taken certain precautions to reduce the CO2 emissions that result from navigating the internet:

  • By minimizing the weight of images and gifs (img ≤80 kb, gif ≤ 300kb) through images dithering and the use of  Web icon fonts, CSS icons and SVG files where possible.

  • Choosing a "dark mode" site that minimizes reducing screen brightness and energy consumption - especially in mobile use where OLED screens are most common.

  • Using the interface system typefaces (Helvetica and Times New Roman) to avoid unnecessary HTTP requests

  • the logotype (§ame in the Hut), which normally would require the production and distribution of custom typefaces and imagery, has been designed by a generic typeface, has no fixed style but adapts to any typeface in the system.

  • Simplifying the user experience to an uncluttered, clear, and intuitive design (Remember: in a few clicks, even Mom has to reach her goal)

  • Avoiding heavy carousels, Flash, ads, and third-party content services that overstress CSS

Project made possible Thanks to the open source outreach and mutualism of pages like Low Tech Magazine︎︎︎ and others.

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