From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Memrise is a British language platform that uses spaced repetition of flashcards to increase the rate of learning, developed by Greg Detre, Ed Cooke, and Ben Whately. It was launched on September 2010.

Screen (2019-)

Visuals: Just text in yellow reading "MEMRiSE" against a gray background, with the first three and the last four characters of the text stacked together.

Technique: A still computer graphic.

Audio: None.

Availability: Seen when the Memrise app is opened on a tablet or a phone.

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