In 2008, I worked as a Motion Design Intern on a dynamic web experience for Ontario 49, a Technicolor Creative Services Studio. The studio's portfolio contained Visual Effects (VFX) work for a number of television spots such as commercials, and opening credits to popular shows such as Murdoch Mysteries.
Design a website that showcases the unique skillset offered by the motion design studio while highlighting their latest portfolio.
PROCESS & ARTIFACTS
EXPLORE BY PROJECT
I worked on the motion graphics and animated them in Flash (in a time when Flash was still popular). When the user hovers over a project, the corresponding skills are highlighted, while the rest fade away. This creates a visually appealing array of line combinations that are pleasing to explore and play with.
ABOUT THE REEL
When the user clicks on one of the projects, the lines move out of the screen, and a new configuration appears from the left. This screen shows detail about the demo reel and the creators. Users can now click to watch the reel.