Singapore’s Local Independence Agency Of The Year – Mangham Gaxiola wanted a new website to announce their move to a charming little conservation shophouse that was first TCM clinic and institute in Singapore. Inspired by its Chinese heritage, we created a website that blends both East and West, and told their story.
The website is built with a simple yet interactive “moving particles” symbolizing the power of creative collaboration.
Agency: Mangham Gaxiola
Creative Partner: Robert Gaxiola
Copywriter: Geraldine Oh, Erika Choo
Web designer: Andrey Danilov
Web developer: Make Studios
To see particles in action check out the video below or go straight to the website.
This iOS app design is a part of my graduations project at China Academy of Art. Below is a short video that I put together to explain the main functions.
View landing page
Inspired by the minimal, slick design of Dieter Rams, my app is designed to tell you whether or not you will need an umbrella today.
There are many apps which will tell you the precise temperature with up to the minute accuracy. However, for most of us the only thing we need to know is whether to take an umbrella today.
For more relevant weather reports, swipe your finger across the upper and lower sections of your screen, revealing the temperature and wind speed for today.
From the very beginning I was into skeuomorphic design. I love the way old Apps were made, they look almost tangible and real.
Landing page is available at andreydanilov.com/zontik/ Sorry, but the App itself is for Chinese App Store only.
App icon stickers which I gave away at my stand during the exhibition.
Here is a process of app development from sketches to a live experience.
My friend assisting me with a photo shooting for poster.
At the exhibition.
Huge shoutout to my buddy Allen, who helped me to develop the App and put it on the Appstore. 谢谢你!
Music in the video by Floex – (Machinarium) Gameboy Tune
Here is a Retina quality simple and minimalistic, one page free PSD website template for your upcoming iOS app. The picture you see on the iPhone was made by me in Uzbekistan.
Just a little freebie I put together this afternoon. Enjoy.Download .psd