Dimitris Niavis Portes app by Dimitris Niavis

Portes is a status authentication app. It does not require any personal data to work. Copyright www.ocl.is

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Portes Logo Vertical

February 02, 2019

Portes system Logo on vertical orientation. The system is a way to authenticate a users' status on the web without the need to gather and transmit any personal information whatsoever. It's like a doorman that only needs to know that you...

Portes Logo Horizontal

February 02, 2019

Portes system Logo on horizontal orientation. The system is a way to authenticate a users' status on the web without the need to gather and transmit any personal information whatsoever. It's like a doorman that only needs to know that yo...

Portes system explanatory illustrations 5/5

February 02, 2019

The first step (of five) explaining how the Portes system works. User can scan a PortesQr on any device with their activated device to authenticate their status on former and unlock content, discounts, etc. This is really cool to see hap...

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Portes system explanatory illustrations 4/5

February 01, 2019

The fourth step (of five) explaining how the Portes system works. Users can verify the activated status using their mobile device without sharing any personal data. The whole process takes less than two seconds. Can you dig it? Feedba...

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Portes system explanatory illustrations 3/5

February 01, 2019

The third step (of five) explaining how the Portes system works. The User scans the PortesCard using the Portes app activating the specific status authentication. After the scanning, the PortesCard is instantly voided. No personal data a...

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Portes system explanatory illustrations 2/5

February 01, 2019

The second step (of five) explaining how the Portes system works. Users show ID to retailer to verify their age. Absolutely no personal data are stored in the system. Can you dig it? Feedback is always welcomed, so if you feel like it,...

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Portes system explanatory illustrations 1/5

February 01, 2019

The first step (of five) explaining how the Portes system works. Users can locate the closest (or desired) point of sale using the Portes app locator. Can you dig it? Feedback is always welcomed, so if you feel like it, let me know you...

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Portes app website

February 01, 2019

Hero concept for Portes app website. Can you dig it? Feedback is always welcomed, so if you feel like it, let me know your thoughts on this! Hope you liked it! Let me know by Pressing “L” and follow for more to come! Instagram | Link...

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