Full brief with mood-board here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/…sp=sharing
- Create a typography heavy t-shirt with “It's not a bug, it's a feature!” copy on it.
- Software developers. The shirt may look cute but it can't look too childish! It's for adults.
- “It's not a bug, it's a feature!” is an excuse made by software developers when they try to convince the user that a flaw in their program is actually what it's supposed to be doing.
# Example of usage
- User: When I am on the item detail screen and click on "delete this item", the program returns to to the item overview screen and the item is still there.
- Developer: Your access permissions don't allow you to delete items. It's not a bug, it's a feature.
- Must be stylish, eye-catching.
- Typography heavy with additional cartoon-ish illustration(s) of the bug.
- Would be nice to have the font hand-drawn.
- Would be good to highlight somehow the difference between bug & feature - eg. if the bug looks cute, it's something "good" and not "bad".
- Bug should be illustrated, should be cute / funny-looking however it should be still obvious it’s a bug in terms of something bad/wrong/you don’t want.
- It shouldn't be an illustration of ladybug or any other kids related insect.
- I prefer if you design the bug more like a monster or germ similar to Mike from Monsters Inc, green ghost from Ghost Busters, ...
- Words “BUG” and “FEATURE” should be dominant
- Colours: open to ideas, I feel like this might be done “disco” colours that are still soft to eyes like pink, purple, phosphorescent green, yellow, …
Examples of bugs I like