Bridging The Gap Between Art and Science

The distance between Engineering and English buildings on most university campuses
is often quite far and to some, it serves as legitimate exercise to walk between the two. Discussions within each respective building may appear different on the surface, but in many ways they are inextricably linked.

Take a poet strolling along a fishing pier to enjoy one of his favorites muses…..the jumping of seasonal fish in and out of the water. The poet relies on the engineer who constructed the pier.

Federico Bryans has successfully merged these complimentary elements. Bryans is Cookeyah’s chief graphic designer.

“I created a floating composition,” he explains, “Rather than a linear or schematic portrayal of evolution.”

The result is a wonderful illustration of Cookeyah’s practical effect; that is….enabling users to navigate freely in a mobile world without suffering from the clutter of too many passwords.

…authenticate with your own voice


2 thoughts on “Bridging The Gap Between Art and Science

  1. The graphics are very nice.
    Colorful, eye-catching and forward moving.
    I particularly like the clever use of color with each particular message – red for stop, green for go and yellow\orange for happy, happy, joy, joy!

    • Thank you for the feedback. We’re very pleased with the effect Federico’s graphic designs has had on the overall aim of Cookeyah’s voice biometric password manager; that is—to provide easy access to websites from remote locations while taking into consideration the reality of password theft.

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