The designer created a hypothetical film festival project to celebrate the films of Alfred Hitchcock which inherently have a prevailing obsession with voyeurism. The design follows a thread in which unfulfilled characters stalk victims, giving them a sense of ownership, in the end, dark empowerment motivates the voyeur to murder. The visual elements, user interface, and user experience are all designed from a voyeur perspective. As voyeurs, audiences somehow feel complicit in the events onscreen.
The website tells the story of the product, from the concept to the final product. It has technologies that showcase the most relevant features of the product, such as animations to show that the product has adjustable height and that the summer bike that transforms into a snow bike in winter and renders for the rest of the features. There is a custom module built to show how the bike can be customized with color combinations and accessories or browse through the custom color schemes created for the product. The website has, also, 360° views for both variants of the product.
Unfinished Farewell is an online space to commemorate the people who have left us because of the pandemic. When visitors enter each person's "tomb", they can see their stories and the help-seeking information they posted before they passed away, and leave a message. Behind every number is a life. The website is designed this way so that, when visitors enter this space, they can sense that sort of atmosphere: sorrow, grief, solemn, melancholy, mourning, agony.
Launched in May 2020, the Colourliving e-shop takes the one-stop retail lifestyle store in Hong Kong to the next level. Adopting a clean, minimalist profile and refined style with a modern character, the website gives customers an intuitive browsing and shopping experience and ease of use with dynamic page layouts that fit different screen sizes automatically. Distinguished by a user-friendly interface, clearly defined sections and well-thought roadmap, the portal has set a new benchmark for e-commerce websites in the retail industry.
This is a messaging tool that uses origami to express emotion. Origami is the traditional Japanese craft of paper folding that began as a courtesy. In the past Japanese decorative paper was folded neatly for gift wrapping. This tool uses modern communication to allow people to create a digital origami letter then send it or print and fold it themselves, giving them two ways to enjoy their messages.
Kolektif is a web application where employees can track their human resources work and socialize. In this application, they can create and customize their profile pages, follow announcements, and make updates. At the same time, employees can see their colleagues' profiles, like their posts, and view the company's stories. Employees can also thank their colleagues or other teams by using the appreciation page. The new database is created through all these personal entries for employee-specific training and activity suggestions.
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