ICONS DESIGN - A JOURNEY TO THE PAST
Academic Collaborated Project with Kim Pham | March, 2020
The history of Chinese Opera is as complex as its tradition. To understand it is also to understand something of Chinese art history and the history of the country as a whole. Full of Chinese cultural facts, the opera presents the audience with an encyclopedia of Chinese culture, as well as unfolding stories, beautiful paintings, exquisite costumes, graceful gestures, and martial arts. Walking through this Character book, we are going to explore the specificities of Chinese opera face and hair decorations, in the form of simplified modern technique yet still fully preserve the spirit of such a delicate form of art…
BRAND BOOK DESIGN - ANTHESIS CAFE
Academic Collaborated Project with Levi Sanchez and Kim Pham | February to April, 2020
In design principle class, I collaborated with two teammates to create a brand book of coffee. We started the project with the concept map, the mood board, and personality, then came up with our icons, brand book feelings and layouts. Our goal is to explain our brand by the simplest design language.
UX MOTION DESIGN - MOBILE APPLICATION
Academic Independent Work | February, 2020
I came up with the idea of a user friendly and informational application named MeSEEum. It helps people discover exhibitions, galleries, workshops, etc., in the cities they lived through intelligent searching and promotions. Users also can visit museums virtually with the function named VR Museum.
3D MODELING - BREAKFAST SCENE
Academic Independent Work | October, 2020
MAGAZINE DESIGN CHALLENGE - THE CRANBERRIES
Academic Independent Work | November, 2019
The content is excerpted from Rachel Martin and Tori Whitley’s article The Cranberries’s Final Album Celebrates The New Beginning Dolores O’Riordan Wanted, published in WBGO, April 23, 2019. All images from the Internet.
WEBSITE REDESIGN CHALLENGE - ST. LAWRENCE MARKET
Academic Independent Work | December, 2019
I chose St. Lawrence Market to redesign. I remained its main colors and purposes, but changed its original layout, images, content, etc., to make it more functional.
All content are from the original website, http://www.stlawrencemarket.com
Images are from the Internet.