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This motion graphic was created as an advertisement for my Design for Science workshop. The target audience is potential participants of the workshop: scientific researchers interested in obtaining non-traditional research funding.
The development process for this piece (treatment, storyboards, asset creation) can be found in my thesis process book.
Created in 2014 with: After Effects, Illustrator, Photoshop.
A poster to advertise my Design for Science workshop. This was part of my thesis installation materials at the RedLine Gallery in Denver.
Created in 2014 with Illustrator.
My thesis utilized visual design and narrative strategies to better facilitate communication between scientific researchers and non-scientist audiences, especially when they are attempting to obtain non-traditional research funding. My solution involved a hands-on design workshop which provides scientists with the tools and knowledge to effectively communicate with their audience.
As part of my thesis requirements I created a process book, the document the development, iterations, and results of my design.
You can download it here.
Created in 2014 with: InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop.
Client Project: Introduction bumper for the new University of Colorado Health Multidisciplinary video series. The client needed a short animation to convey the concept of all-inclusive and convenient health care at a central location. I developed all aspects of this project from storyboards to delivery, with the exception of the voice over work.
Created in 2014 with: After Effects, Illustrator.
Client Project: A short animation explaining the concept of passive transport within mammal cells. The purpose of the project was to simplify a complex content from a textbook and present it in an easily understood video. In this case, my target audience was college-level students.
Created in 2013 with: Cinema 4D, After Effects, Illustrator, Photoshop.
Client Project: A promotional piece created for the Center for Research in Implementation Science and Prevention (CRISP). I worked as assistant motion designer on a team that illustrated and animated the entire project from the ground up. Produced by CU Online Office of Information Technology.
Created in 2013 with: Effects and Illustrator.