“If all life moves inevitably towards its end, then we must, during our own, colour it with our colours of love and hope.”
△ This booklet was made as an exercise during last semester (I know, shame on me for posting it this late.) to practice the grid with InDesign.
Disclaimer: I do not own any of these material or words included in the booklet, everything was used as part of an school project with the intention to learn and not with a commercial use.
So, this is my first App (UI Design) attempt and I think I have a long way to go into learning this. It was very fun but challenging and now that I am seeing the prototype video I can see all the mistakes I didn’t earlier. Anyways, I’ll share the process later!
Seriously, sorry for the radio silence since last year. School and life have been so busy and winter so long and grey. We are close to the end of the first year so you can imagine how crazy these two final weeks are at school. I really needed a break from the load of post-it on top of my desk calling for assignments so here we are…
Video has to be one of my favourite subjects, it was very nice to put my hands in a camera again and learn the perks of Avid Media Composer (a pain in the neck but fun). For this Video project we had to record and edit a one minute -no more, no less- film and with the next requirements: At least one shot indoors or outdoors, a establishing shot, a medium shot, a two person shot and a panning. I made use of closest resources and ask my two actors at home to do what they do best; Play. I just wanted to show the Father and son ties. These two made things easier for me, This is a true story. Enjoy!
*Music: “Promise” by Ben Howard.
According to me 😉
For this project we actually had an specific theme: Lifestyle. Here are some snaps from my final project.