"The Dimensional Practice Area is an adventurous arena of four studio disciplines - Ceramics, 3 Dimensional Design, Metal Arts and Sculpture - built with vigorous conceptual thinking, integrating the parameters of sustainability, commitment to material exploration, and the fabrication of objects/installation with new technologies and traditional processes."
This is a project for a fully responsive website for the Dimensional Practice Area at the School of Art and Art History. The project had a clear call to action of informing prospective and current students the new organizational structure of the department where before four distinct programs coexisted.
The idea then is to make the program seem cohesive through its layout and each specific content of each area would then be treated with a specific color. That way, the user can connect to the areas and understand its specificities in a clear manner.
The project was designed to adapt seamlessly to desktop, laptop, tablet (horizontal and portrait) and smartphone (portrait only) devices, keeping its experience across all platforms.
Client Liaison: Monica Correia (main coordinator), Steve McGuire, Isabel Barbuzza, Kee-Ho Yuen
Information Architecture: Vinicius Lima
Interface Design: Vinicius Lima
Visual Design: Vinicius Lima
Tablet Devices (Landscape)
Tablet Devices (Portrait)