The aim for this project is to see whether the ratio can be linked to usability and UX as it has been to other areas such as nature and life. This project will aim to create different website designs, half of which will be based on using the golden ratio and the other half will not.
Whilst working at Fifth Ring on placement, I worked on a few different projects. This project was a full website design which was accepted by the client and then developed. Quensh were looking for a new website that could allow them to advertise the services they offer and where they've carried out work in the past.
My aim for Turbo was originally to be a motor magazine including prototypes, luxury, everyday and modified vehicles. After designing the logo, I started on an app that would incorporate a social media platform and an online magazine section. I have been into cars from a young age which has led me to creating this brand.
For this project, university asked us to create a web application that would help people find/create information in any area we wanted. We went through three stages, the first was to come up with the idea for the application itself and design through wireframes and mock-ups on Photoshop. The second stage was to create the web app in HTML and CSS and then finally we had to make the application work using API's and JS.
The brief given to me for this module was to create a short film that last no longer than one minute. The video also had to begin going through a door and end going through a door. Through the research I carried out, I wanted to create a video that was similar to the quick cuts seen in Edgar Wright's films.
The task for this piece of coursework was to create an exhibition centre structure that would be built in an open area. I wanted to make it stand out more than a regular building as it would having no other buildings surrounding it. The structure consists of four entrances that have different colours. The vistors ticket will have one of these four colours so they know which entrance they should be going to.
The brief for this website was to create a social media website for people in your local area who are looking to find out what is the best fruit and vegetables to grow for their type of yield, how much room it takes up etc. The demographic was between the older generation and also the younger generation as they would be growing items with their parents.
I was contacted by Tracy from Danestone Dog Walking to produce a logo for her new company that is launched back in July 2015. Tracy wanted a professional look for the company that was welcoming for the customers interested in the services DDW provides.