Learning Stars interactive GUIs use content from their printed counterpart to create a family of components which enhance the project brand and engage the users on multiple levels.
Users are able to interact with activities such as storytelling, listening and answering, as well as colouring in. Bright and simple primary colours added a level of childish fun to the interface, whilst ensuring easy navigation and a great level of engagement.
All assets from the printed component were vector-based making them perfect for interface design.
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We’ve been proud to work on the brand identity and usage for a new learner platform for Richmond ELT, called Richmond Spiral. The brief for this scheme of work was threefold - design a logo, design the UI, create a marketing video.
Designing the logo was great fun, using studio ideas on how to fulfill the brief; we’re really pleased with the logo's eventual design.
Once the logo was developed, we created the look for the platform - accessible for both students and teachers - working to the developer’s wireframes.
Developing content and interfaces for use on interactive whiteboards, can be challenge but this project was a a great project to be involved with.
The print version of Recorder from the Beginning has been around since the 197Os, and is incredibly popular even today; but these screens were used to bring the content to a new audience, highlighting and showcasing important content in a fun bright way.
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Fun For Presentation Plus
Our client was looking to revamp the original version of Fun For Presentation Plus interactive and asked us to manage the project for them.
From preparing schedules, liaising with suppliers and updating the client throughout the life of the project, we made sure that the targets were met and the final product was delivered.
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Authoring / Coding
This interactive, web-based project included a great number of activity types such as wordsearches, and re-wording sentences. We were asked to create a set of templates which would house the exercise types, before working with the developers.
The colours and shapes are bold and simple – perfect for their target market – which helped users to engage with the clear content.
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Bridport Film Society
Authoring / Coding
The Bridport Film Society has been running for over 50 years bringing specialized, non commercial films to an appreciative Dorset audience.
We have worked with the film society for several years creating both their programme and website.
The website was designed in-house, hard-coded from scratch in order to meet the clients specific look and demographic.
The branding which also includes posters and membership cards, combines simple yet effective colours and styles, in order to maximize the full potential of the Society’s client reach.