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Motion Collection
Animation, Video, Keynote/PowerPoint
 

When things move, they arouse feelings and energy. For years, creating motion out of the ordinary has always been my interest. I’ve created many small animated projects and animated slide decks. Here are some of them and their stories. 

TBD* at CCA

TBD* is an in-house, student-run design studio at California College of Arts (CCA) that provides pro bono design service to Bay Area nonprofits. I was nominated to be one of the first group of designers at TBD*.  After co-created the studio’s identity, I animated the symbol and a social media post. I also designed and built TBD*’s website.

Keynote Presentation: Birch

This was a slide deck I created. Although Birch Furniture service was a group project, we were asked to tell a Vision story indivisually—share the design process and convince potential investors. 

Chimera Logo Animation

Chimera is the mascot and symbol of CCA. A Chimera is a mythical creature made up of lion, goat, and snake—three distinct identities that culminate in a single form and represent an apex of strength, knowledge, and skill. In 2017, a leader of Chimera student council asked me to animate their logo and bring Chimera to life. 

Muses Karaoke Intro

Coming from identity project Muses Karaoke Paradise, this video shows the Muses brand introduction screen when customers enter their room and open the TV.

Hello

I felt sorry for not using a typeface I spent time designing, so I used it to create an animated ‘hello.’ Hope this will remind me the typeface still exist 🙂

Keynote Presentation: Spotting Fake News

A class presentation can be boring when one presents a research paper. This was my final presentation for my media history class, where I presented my research on fake news and methods to spot them. I intentionally animated most elements and embedded gifs so that my classmates wouldn’t fall asleep.

L3R Video Show

Graphic Design department at CCA hosts Level three review every semester. L3R show is the end of semester show where juniors exhibit their work to the public. In 2016, I was asked to create video transitions between the digital works based on the existing visual system of the show.

Type Classification

Just like learning alphabet for the first time, Type classification was fun to study as a graphic designer. I wanted to make it enjoyable for others to learn too, so I transformed the knowledge into a ‘Type fashion show.’

Max CCA: Hello, Fall 2016

Max CCA is a community platform built by students for students. As the founder and designer of the team, I created this video to summarize the highlights of Max’s first semester at CCA and introduce #IAmMax. This was the first motion graphic animation I have ever created.