The Moscow Tram System maps were in dire need of an upgrade, as many people were having difficulties reading the directions. Each section was found on a different sheet, making it hard to visualize exactly where the trams corresponded with the actual landscape. The branding agency None.ru consolidated everything into one easy-to-read sheet and color-coded the system too.
Each line has its own color for representation, and not only does the map look good, but it's also extremely functional too. When traveling in Moscow, people were complaining that it was near impossible to read the original tram map, but None.ru has changed this for both tourists, as well as the people living in the city.
Photo Credits: designboom, none.ru