The creative approach to this site was to develop an "interactive trailer" that allowed the user to virtually explore diifferent scenes from the film. At specific points in the linear narrative of the trailer, the scene would transition into an interactive 3D space. The user could then pan around, and zoom into certain areas of the scene.
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The creative approach to this site was to place the user in the point of view of the main character in the film, and allow the user to experience the "burden of genius". The home page featured a horizontal sliding panoramic montage of images, that panned left or right based on the users mouse movement. As the users mouse passed over the imagery, navigation choices would fade up.
The objective of this project was to create an immersive online experience, based on the first season of ABC's hit TV show "LOST". The creative approach involved a first person point of view, wherein visitors could navigate around a "virtual" island. During their explorations, visitors would discover hidden elements that would resonate with the shows plot lines.
The creative approach to this site allowed the users to enter an "underground, secret military lab" where scientific experiments are being performed on the HULK. Upon entering the science section of the website, the user is identified via thumbprint scan. An elevator animation transportes the user to different sections of the site, were content is presented as "real science". In some instances the user is allowed to actually perfom experiments on the HULK.
The design objective for "The Cat in the Hat" website was to create something FUN. The main navigation featured "The Hat", that would wiggle and bulge as the user moved the mouse. If the user clicked on a band in the hat, a door would pop open, and an unexpected gadget would pop out, allowing the user to navigate.
This design exploration was created for Disney Parks and Resorts as a destinations portal for Walt Disney World, Disneyland Resort, Disney Cruise Line, Tokyo Disney, and Disneyland Paris.
The creative approach to this website was unique, in that the user doesn't travel from one page to another, but rather the home page "changes" over time.