7 december 2016 - Malmö University20162-K3870 - Interaction design: programming I
Project group 2:Daniel Alfredsson firstname.lastname@example.orgMax Forslund email@example.comGabrielle Holmgren firstname.lastname@example.orgAdam Terne email@example.comElias Widqvist firstname.lastname@example.org
© Daniel Alfredsson, Max Forslund, Gabrielle Holmgren, Adam Terne & Elias Widqvist
We didn’t want to go with the conventional christmas theme. Instead we wanted to encourage charity and kindness. We wanted to catch people's attention with bright colors and a nostalgic nineties feel. Our initial idea was to place christmas gifts, that represented the 24 hatches, on a world map (see sketch 1 & 2) and animate a zoom that brings you to the place in the world were the charity would go.
To catch the attention of our target group, students and teachers at Malmö Högskola, we decided to go with a nostalgic nineties feel. To do that we picked a color theme with bright vivid colors, we made the animations to look old and simple like they did back in the day. We also added GIFs to appeal to the younger part of our target group. The simple design and animations also worked well with the limited resources we had to work with.
Sketch 1, zoomed in on map.
Sketch 2, overview of calendar.
Photo 1, calendar live at school
Photo 2, calendar live at school