Movement flows with this pattern symbolising ocean waves, good luck, power and resilience 🌊
Known in Japanese as Segaiha (translated as “wave”), this pattern originates from China on ancient maps to depict the sea and is also used throughout Japan’s design history on kimonos, ceramicware and graphic design.
This wave pattern is described as layered concentric circles creating arches and symbolises waves of water. It traditionally signifies surges of good luck, or power and resilience.
Thought of as a basic human need in the modern world, WiFi has adopted this pattern (with slight variations) as its universal symbol 📶
Of everything this ubiquitous pattern represents, we have chosen Nami as it is a friendly Japanese girl’s name which also happens to translate to “wave” 🌊