I have been getting quite interested in accessibility, and how to make websites more accessible. I have been reading all sorts of interesting articles, and learning tips & techniques along the way. I’ve even been taking notes!... and hope to share this knowledge with others in the field.
I will next be working on the motion section and the creative writing section. I have not yet started the creative writing section, and the motion section is far from completed. It only has a few visuals: The still from the 3D model/animation of a Retro Diner, when you click on the 'motion' link, a still from a video treatment I did, when you click on the 'Video Treatment' link on the right, and another still from the 3D model/animation, when you click on the 3D Modelling link on the right. The links and thumbnails are not yet done. I will be working on that, and adding them to this site, as time permits.
Home at SUBminimal
Before you lies a visual portfolio of my design work. Most of it has been created during these last two years, for an intensive full-time 2 year course I am taking in Digital Media Technology. This portfolio (with the obvious exceptions of the hand-render and writing sections) has been created digitally with a range of professional software. And most of it is intended for visual delivery. The works range from single illustrations to motion graphics, from 3D models to websites and to video. You will find a plethora of styles represented here, too.
Navigating this Site
The thumbnails within each section show you the work relevant to that section. Click on any thumbnail to see a larger image and to find out more. Many of the designs showcased here are part of a series. If so, they will have numbers above the large central image. Click through these numbers to view other images within that series. Please also note the 'Detail' and 'Description' links directly below this rectangular box with the main image. Click on the 'Detail' link to see a pop-up of the uncropped image at full-size. If you would like to find out more about the project or the techniques used, click on the 'Description' link to reveal the text. Clicking a 2nd time hides the text from view.