Noriaki Mori Integration Disaster Prevention Pictogram
Integration Disaster Prevention Pictogram is Bronze Design Award winner in 2021 - 2022 Graphics, Illustration and Visual Communication Design Award Category.
Integration Disaster Prevention Pictogram

This pictogram is an integrated display of the information required in the event of a tsunami disaster. Anyone can check the hazard map of the area by reading the QR code displayed with the tsunami arrival wave height display on a smartphone. At first glance, one action by smartphone realizes a mechanism to promote the next action. The idea is based on actual experiences such as earthquakes and tsunamis caused by it, and is based on the unique idea of Japan, which can be said to be a disaster-prone country. They propose a globally unified pictogram that was unlikely before.

 Integration Disaster Prevention Pictogram
Noriaki Mori  Integration
Noriaki Mori Disaster Prevention Pictogram
Noriaki Mori design
Noriaki Mori design
Noriaki Mori

INNOS TOKYO and Noriaki Mori design whether they are tangible or intangible. It extends to graphic design and service design. It also develops businesses that cover corporate management strategies and business consulting. He specializes in new market development, new business development, and new product development. Even if you are not a manufacturer, we will research and analyze the market of the product or service you want to develop, identify the competitive research, the untapped market category, and then provide the appropriate innovation and solution.

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Received the Excellence Award at the 1st Business Design Awards sponsored by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government. The Tokyo Metropolitan Government supports and promotes Japanese industries that are declining in Tokyo, especially small and medium-sized enterprises, from the perspective of local governments. As part of this, the Tokyo Business Design Award, a project to match small and medium-sized enterprises with designers and improve services and product appeal, has been ongoing since 2012.