Australian designer Onur Kece of The Refreshment Club has an impressive resume. After freelancing for agencies like DDB, Saatchi & Saatchi, and BBDO, he now owns a creative studio that specializes in CPG brands and architecture.
While Kece spends most of his time designing for paying clients, he recently did a bit of pro-bono work for a local piano teacher. After continuously passing a flyer for lessons, Kece realized that there was a much more effective way to present the information. His ingenious revamp mimics the layout of a keyboard, featuring pull out tabs that look like piano keys. This simple, innovative design stands out in a public space, and its kindhearted backstory makes it all the better.