Childhoods Clothing
Childhoods Clothing
Web + Graphic Design
Conclusion
The last step of the project was condensing the project into a functional mobile app. I wanted to bring similar elements and colorways but, go with a minimalistic approach.  Above is some of my sketches, a piece of my style guide, and my first wireframes.
The Final Whirl App
Being able to identify research and design marketing  elements of an app was very
rewarding. I learned that focusing on your
audience is key to creating a successful product.
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Whirl
App Design
Gathering Inspiration
Whirl App
For a digital effects class I was challenged
to create 3 media components to integrate into a mobile interface using
Tumult Hype (an animation program).
My first task was creating
an animated type video that
reflected the users personal interests.
I chose the song
Teenage Girl by Cherry
Glazerr
to capture an audience of 13-19
year olds.
I pulled together a mood board
of images and colors that reflected the vibe of the song. My color palette evolved from this mood board, along with some help from one of my favorite bands for some type motion inspiration.
The Vision
Challenging my type ability
I hand drew 24 different
scenes on my iPad Pro and
planned movement between
scenes.
Planning out Scenes
The next phase of the project was creating an interactive infographic
to communicate data or information.
Going along with my bold color theme,
I decided to create a monthly horoscope feature for my app.
While researching horoscope
apps and websites I found that
most weren’t very appealing
to my audience. I decided to pivot
to female social media websites
and columns where I found
inspiration from Refinery 29
and The Wing.
Photo from Refinery 29
Typography Video
Horoscope Infographic
Interactive Infographic
Research Methods
The Final Phase
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A case study focusing on
the redesign of a non-profit
website and what I learned
from the target audience.
Making it
Millenial
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Suggestions for giving
and receiving design
feedback.
Why design
criticism is important
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An explanation of what
Metadata is and why it’s
important.
Meta-What?
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A group case study creating
an interactive iBook to
encourage exploration.
Wanderlust
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Transitioning
Print to Digital
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Setting up a testing scenario
to find the optimal
compression for file formats.
What is a
Codec?
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Childhoods Clothing
Childhoods Clothing
Web + Graphic Design
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Photo from Refinery 29
Typography Video
The next phase of the project was
creating an interactive infographic
to communicate data or information.
Going along with my bold color theme,
I decided to create a monthly
horoscope feature for my app.
While researching horoscope
apps and website I found that
most weren’t very appealing
to my audience. I decided to pivot
to female social media websites
and columns where I found
inspiration from Refinery 29
and The Wing.
Being able to identify research
and design marketing elements
of an app was very rewarding. I
learned that focusing on your
audience is key to creating a
successful product.
The last step of the project was
condensing the project into a
functional mobile app. I wanted
to bring similar elements and
colorways but, go with a
minimalistic approach. Above
is some of my sketches, a piece
of my style guide, and my first
wireframes.
The Vision
Planning out Scenes
Interactive Infographic
The Final Phase
Conclusion
Research Methods
Horoscope Infographic
The Final Whirl App
For a digital effects class I was
challenged to create 3 media components
to integrate in a mobile interface using
Tumult Hype (an animation program).
Whirl App
Gathering Inspiration
App Design
Whirl
My first task was creating
an animated type video that
reflected the users personal interests.
I chose the song Teenage Girl by Cherry
Glazerr to capture an audience of 13-19
year olds.


I pulled together a mood board
of images and colors that
reflected the vibe of the song.
My color palette evolved from
this mood board, along with
some help from one of my
favorite bands for some type
motion inspiration.

Challenging my type ability I hand drew 24 different scenes on my iPad Pro and planned movement between scenes.

Childhoods Clothing
Childhoods Clothing
Web + Graphic Design
Gathering Inspiration
Whirl App
Conclusion
For a digital effects class I was challenged
to create 3 media components to integrate into a mobile interface using
Tumult Hype (an animation program).
The next phase of the project was creating an interactive infographic
to communicate data or information.
Going along with my bold color theme,
I decided to create a monthly horoscope feature for my app.
While researching horoscope
apps and websites I found that
most weren’t very appealing
to my audience. I decided to pivot
to female social media websites
and columns where I found
inspiration from Refinery 29
and The Wing.
The last step of the project was condensing the project into a functional mobile app. I wanted to bring similar elements and colorways but, go with a minimalistic approach.  Above is some of my sketches, a piece of my style guide, and my first wireframes.
Photo from Refinery 29
My first task was creating
an animated type video that
reflected the users personal interests.
I chose the song
Teenage Girl by Cherry
Glazerr
to capture an audience of 13-19
year olds.
I pulled together a mood board
of images and colors that reflected the vibe of the song. My color palette evolved from this mood board, along with some help from one of my favorite bands for some type motion inspiration.
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App Design
The Vision
Challenging my type ability
I hand drew 24 different
scenes on my iPad Pro and
planned movement between
scenes.
Typography Video
Horoscope Infographic
Conclusion
The Final Whirl App
Being able to identify research and design marketing  elements of an app was very
rewarding. I learned that focusing on your
audience is key to creating a successful product.
The Final Whirl App
Planning out Scenes
Interactive Infographic
Research Methods
The Final Phase
Being able to identify research and design marketing  elements of an app was very
rewarding. I learned that focusing on your
audience is key to creating a successful product.
Read More
Let’s Talk
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