1, Shortfuse (www.tuned.co.uk/shorfuse)
Brief: Final Year Project, Mock Pop Music Boyband Website.
Involvement: Adobe Photoshop, Macromedia Freehand, Macromedia Flash, 3D
MAX and Home site
2, Cadburys Mini Eggs (www.mini-eggs.co.uk)
Brief: To create a site with content aimed mainly at a core target of
market of 5-8 year olds. Also
challenged to create a Mini Eggs online device that would appeal to both
teenagers and students
who buy the brand as a self-eat snack.
Involvement: Adobe Photoshop, Macromedia Freehand, Macromedia Flash and
3, Cadburys Yowie (www.yowie.co.uk)
Brief: Cadbury wanted to move their printed educational resources online
in order to increase
availability to both teachers and children alike. Teachers are increasingly
being encouraged by Government to
make use of the Internet as a resource and Cadbury is keen to be a part
of this initiative.
Involvement: Adobe Photoshop, Macromedia Freehand, and Homesite
4, History of London (HOLnet) (www.holnet.org.uk)
Brief: The Worshipful Company of Information Technologists set us the
task of producing a content-rich site
aimed at a broad age range of students and intended as a resource library
covering the history of London.
This meant striking the balance between providing information of sufficient
depth to older students without
alienating younger learners.
Involvement: Adobe Photoshop, and Homesite
5, National Martime (www.nmm.ac.uk)
Brief: We were briefed to produce five self-contained, stand-alone educational
activities for school children visiting the National Maritime Museum Search
Station online. Designed to bring an added element of enjoyment to the
main site, they relied on our ability to create stimulating educational
material for children of all ages.
Involvement: Adobe Photoshop, Macromedia Flash, Dreamweaver
6 Personal online CV (www.tuned.co.uk/matthew)
Brief: Personal online CV of work completed by myself, Ranging from Flash
to other web tools
Involvement: Adobe Photoshop, Macromedia Freehand, Macromedia Flash
I have been
fortunate to have had the chance to work for an established website
company, and when the opportunity arises again for me to be able to combine
two passions of creative media and Development, as it did during work
then this would be something to work towards in the future.
My continued hunger for a career in new media design grows as the industry
changes. The excitement of an ever changing medium is a challenge to me
in which I embrace.
I look forward to a successful future in new media design and see myself
as a man
to make a future difference in this technology.
Thankyou and I look forward to hearing from you soon
University of Central England, Birmingham: 3 Year BSc Multi Media Technology
(Sandwich): 2:2 (58%)
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