This was a quick 3D mock up of a design for the proposed HE room for the Foundation Degree in Games Design at Wakefield college. I produced these images based on a ‘sketch’ (and i use the word very loosely!) produced by Mike Jaques who was coordinating the course design. The genial idea was to create an industry like environment for the students where they could have breakout spaces to have meetings and work in teams as well as make the odd coffee for those late night sessions. The visuals for the room were very well received by Teeside University, who are validation the course, but as ever with education, things changed, cut backs were made and the room design was paired down to the absolute basics. Shame.
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I recently helped redesign the kitchen / reception / break out area for Welcom Software in Harrogate. I visited the offices and took measurements and photos of the existing space, then designed the following space – to scale using standard kitchen unit dimensions to allow the installers to recreate the visuals accurately.
The space is now finished and fully installed.
A few images from a set of visuals designed for an exhibition stand for Huawei.
A fun 3D visualisation, created for Digital Welly. Their client – Hasbro wanted a fun installation designing and building to show their new ‘Boom-Box’ system to their in house staff. Hasbro have a huge walkway that has numerous large installations to showcase many of their products, and this one needed to be something special.
This was a great project, created for Our Agency. One of their senior designer contacted me with a proposed project to create a populated 3D globe based on some initial design work they had created. The actual creation of the cut away globe proved to be quite a challenge, before even getting round to placing all the buildings on it. I produced some ‘proof of concept’ work to show Owen at Our Agency how the globe would look and then we began looking at the right kind of buildings to populate the globe. Each building represented an area of the client’s business.
This project arrived at a very busy time, right ahead of Christmas, thankfully my favourite 3D buddy Richard Hinchcliffe offered to jump in and help with the 3D building creation, so we worked on populating the globe together. The final 3D image was created super high res, so the client could use areas of it in different ways and crop into it.
This was part of a large project to create all game graphics for 2 games for B&Q. The games are educational and help children learn about saving energy. I enlisted help from my pal Richard Hinchcliffe to work with me to deliver this large project, as there was lots to do and a tight deadline.
Here’s a link to play both games.
This was part of a larger body of work produced with Fastfloor multimedia for their client NJ Packaging. Fastfloor had recently rebranded NJ Screen printers and the logo was the primary visual reference I had to design and visualise a presentation pack to include brochures / samples and an interactive DVD (another project I worked on for Fastfloor). I designed the pack based around the shape of one of the elements from the logo, in addition I quickly designed a number of layouts for the pack content.
This was a really nice – but very tight deadline piece of work produced for the nice people over at BrandFuel. The brief was to design and visualise a large exhibition stand based around an ‘egg’ concept. The initial ideas were very embryonic (forgive the pun) and I had artistic licence to design the pods as well as really bring the space to life. As the turnaround was very tight on this work, some areas were rushed and don’t have the level of detail i’d like to show, but the pods turned out well and the whole work was very well received by both Brand Fuel and the client – google.
Another project for Gamin. This time designing a universal product stand that could be used at any number of events and exhibitions. The unit had to be adaptable, scaleable and work for a large range of different sized products. I designed a unit that used interchangeable tops and devised a neat power line system in the centre of the unit to allow all the products to hook up easily. In addition graphics and brochures were catered for as well as AV using LCD screens running product presentations from flash cards.