'eddit Exploded' is an analog representation of my grad project 'eddit'. This display is inspired by Gabriele Meldaikyte's “Multi-touch Gestures,” in an effort to helps articulate the framework to viewers. 3D materials and craft are used to communicate the nested layers of the 2D 'eddit' system. This method gives the viewer something tacit to consider while learning about the complex website framework (which layers 3D processes into the 2D world). Still in progress, 'eddit Exploded' is being expanded to communicate the multiple features of the system for display at the grad show in May.
Textile waste is currently the third largest contributor to the solid waste stream in Vancouver, amounting to more than 33,600 tonnes a year. In addition, most textiles that are thrown out still have a usable life—which indicates that there is a strong need to shift our thinking to accommodate the sustainable use of textiles in our daily lives.
To reflect the new beliefs of Lynn Valley United, a new identity was created to better support the organization's values.
Know Your Type is one of my graduation project. It is an interactive website that is based on the Myres Brigg Personality test. It aims to scientifically reveal the users' character traits. Through completion of the test, the users gain a better understanding of themselves and their most compatible partner in a relationship.
Sushi Bang is a restaurant located in Vancouver B.C. Taking inspiration from the hyper aesthetic and exciting culture of Tokyo, the identity
for Sushi Bang was made to feel fun, and colorful. The idea was to take Vancouverite's perception of Japanese and sushi culture and push
it to the extreme.
This is a multimedia campaign created in order to help educate cyclists about road rules. While being informative at the core, the work aims to be open ended at the beginning and inpire curiosity from both cyclists and drivers.
Core Studio, Don Williams, 2010
The BC Children's Hospital strives to provide expert health care to sick and/or injured children. The BCCH offers services that may not be available anywhere else in the province.
This project was in collaboration with two other students, Vince Lo and Alvin Kwan. The redesign of the BCCH website focuses on the concept of making the hospital more accessible from home. The new website will incorporate a newly conceived visual language and have important information readily available. In addition, a marketing campaign was pursued in order to leverage the new functions of the website and encourage parents and patients to utilize the web components.
The Canadian Association of Fine Arts Deans (CAFAD) is an organization dedicated to the growth of Fine Arts education. The scope of this project required a complete redesign of the CAFAD identity and print and web components.
The concept behind my design is the idea of generating conversation and transparency within the arts education community. The overall visual aesthetic reflects the dynamic discussion the circulates within the organization and the arts community.