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The case study above-the-fold like other pages reserved for the project metadata. The content is below the fold and will be accessed when the user will scroll down the page.
At the end of the case study, the user has the option to continue with the next project. By hovering on the project title the cover image shows up.
This is where I can add and publish a new Lab image that will be shown on the News (home) page of the website. Initially, I was sure that it's better to show the very last image instead of the last project or even selected projects, as the latest image is almost always more interesting than the previous ones. For that reason, the home page is News instead of selected works.
Every time I a publishing a new image in the Lab, this is a message that shows me that everything went well. However, usually, it's not stopping me from opening the News page to see how it actually looks there.
The information is laid out using design patterns that were established and tested at the different parts of the system, digital and print.
The trick here was to keep the same content and animations same as on the large screen monitor.
Like on the other parts of the website here I am using a big font size and little line height.
All the UI texts are following the same patterns - first letter lowercase.A slightly transparent background intended to give a clue about where the user is coming from - give a context.
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Yah.. Thank you Kiri ;)
Being dyslexic has created my biggest strength - visual communication through design. I am a Design Director & UI Designer focused on motion, 3D & achieving results through user centred experience.
Mastery of typography, transitions and micro interaction