User Experience and User Interface Design
For a project in motion graphics, I created the fictional title credits for a film based off of the comic book Scud The Disposable Assassin by Rob Schrab.
To capture the kinetic imagery of the book and reflect the title character's nature as a robot purchased from a vending machine, I designed the credits to look like the inside of one of those vending machines. After a coin is inserted, circuitry comes to life and creates imagery from the story.
This music video mixes footage taken from Metropolis (1927) and Battleship Potemkin (1925) with Flash animation to create a surreal scene that goes with the chosen song, "The Fall" by The Protomen.
The song - part of a rock opera based on the Mega Man video game series - tells the story of a rebel's attempt to destroy a machine that was oppressing the populace, only to fail as the dictator was expecting them and set a trap.
This is an example of kinetic typography illustrating the "Questions Game" from Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead (1990).
Matching with the theme of a tennis match, I kept the dialogue of each character separated by color and location of the screen the words appeared from. The score for each is kept in the lower corners and changes with the character's lines.