The purpose of the project was to create a timeline for public touchscreen use with both linear and non-linear elements to accompany an exhibit on the 100-year history of kansas city’s union station focusing on one decade’s worth of content as a proof of concept.
The goal of this project was to interpret principles of 2-d design within temporal media. Construct messages over time that address stated communication objectives. Explain the differences between simultaneous and sequential communication. Apply knowledge of narrative, its manipulation, and application across media in linear and non-linear forms. Apply the communicative potential of the various temporal elements (duration, motion, and transition) and communication channels (image, text, voice, music, sound effects) to further projects.
This project was a collaborative effort with fellow KCAI student David White. Utilizing the voice talents of Mary Bond, and Aaron Blumenhein.