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The second part of the ways of seeing module brief was to create a journey map of one of the people who came and interacted with our cardboard landmark. I began by coming up with a simple persona to help with this process of imagining what the public must have experienced throughout their engagement with … Continue reading journey mapping.
After coming up with a pretty final idea for the layout of my dashboard concept, I then proceeded to render the final layout using photoshop. I began to make the basic shapes for each icon, before adding in the text and adding colour. I started rendering the detail in each icon, feathering the edges of the stamps … Continue reading letters home part 2.
After having composed the text for my talking tech article, I started sketching potential layouts for the double page spread design, taking inspiration from all the article designs I included in my previous post. It took me a while to decide on a layout, but once I had, I sketched it out less roughly to … Continue reading talking tech part 3.
After coming up with the basic idea for my storyboard, I then began developing what the frames would depict. I listed the stages of development that this module has undergone, narrowing it down to the most important aspects of the briefs. After deciding what each frame was going to depict, I started doing practice drawings … Continue reading storyboarding part 2.
For the final aspect of our Picture, Symbol, Icon Module, we were asked to design and render a branded dashboard interface for ‘Letters Home’, an application that lets artists/designers show animations that are their response to typographic challenges. I began by playing about with layouts for the icons and text, sketching potential ideas in my … Continue reading letters home.
For Picture, Symbol, Icon, we have been asked to come with various aspects of a fictional social media platform for artists and designers to share animated typography called ‘Letters Home’. The first part of the brief was to create a short animated GIF exploring typography and letterform through an investigation of one letter of the … Continue reading social connectivity.