An interactive website uncovering the truth about international censorship and government secrecies.
Produced and designed in collaboration with Lindsay Burtner.
Apparently, news gets around faster on Twitter than it does on any other real news or pop culture site, because people are “tweeting” their experiences first hand. Newsiversse is an RSS feed based website where users can see related tweets populate around the latest news, stories, and videos. The news is driving Twitter, and Twitter is driving the news.
This was our final New Media team project, which consisted of eight team members (four New Media Designers, four New Media Interactive Developers) and lasted twenty weeks. My role was interactive designer, and I contributed several varying comps along with three other designers. I conceptualized many of the ideas used in the final site, including the node representations, Twitter mashup, and parallax/secondary animations.Visit the blog to see my personal process design work.
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A design for an interactive mini-site with pop-up information cards about sustainability, and tips to help you “live green.”
A desktop Adobe Air application for CNN.
A looped motion piece and screensaver containing quotes about environmental protection and human existence. The goal of this piece is to evoke thoughts and questions about the impact we have on the planet using statements from influential and famous people alike. The visuals are composed of scanned flowers and plants plugged into a kaleidoscope effect.
The classic pacman ghosts rigged for character animation in Cinema 4D.
Television sets representing different eras, from the 1930s until present. Modeled and textured in Cinema 4D.
The Technical Association of the Graphic Arts focuses on innovative technical aspects of the print industry. There are several schools in the United States and foreign countries that have TAGA student chapters, and each year they produce a journal to display at the annual technical conference’s student competition. The journal is a compliation of both undergraduate and graduate technical papers, and is fully designed and produced by the student chapter itself, with the help of generous company donations.
This year the conference was held in New Orleans and RIT TAGA took home the top award for best overall publication. This year our theme was “accessibility” in which we tied in many universally understood measurements, design principles, and even keyword translation, which took a lot of extra effort in the editorial department. My role this year was Creative Director, and my tasks included scheduling creative team meetings, appointing members with specific design tasks, and overseeing the design and creative process in it’s entirety.
An interactive PDF of amino acids created using Acrobat 3D toolkit. This is like any other PDF; it’s relatively small in size so it can be easily E-mailed or downloaded. The molecules are fully interactive and can spin, pan, and change forms. (In order to view correctly, the PDF must be opened in Adobe Reader 8 or later versions.)
The Human Visualization Project took place during the summer of 2007. Scientific videos were converted and optimized for web, and interactive 3D PDF's were created for small molecules.
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