DIGITAL MEDIA: Digital Design/App Design

Muirhead – Fine Scottish Leather

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With ethical practice at the heart of the business, Muirhead is unique in that it has complete control of its vertically integrated supply chain. Owning all of the processes, from the abattoir to delivery, this is a key differentiator for their global, high profile customers. Sourcing their hides from within a 300 miles radius (the hides are a by-product of the meat industry which Muirhead save from landfill), Muirhead’s 15-year commitment to reducing waste within their process is evidenced by […]

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Finishes Selector – Empowering buyers in making confident decisions

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Finishes Selector Modern consumers can customise and personalise many goods online from new cars to baby’s buggies, trainers to clothes but when it comes to personalising a new build home, there are very few systems that enable a similar buying experience, until now. The Finishes Selector is a real time image-based visualisation system for browsing and selection of the various finishes on offer in new homes. It employs an intuitive graphic user interface to present the range of choices available […]

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Debate Night

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Commissioned in January 2019, Mentorn Media approached Playdead to brand the current affairs series ‘Debate Night’, for the new BBC Scotland channel.   Included within the brand was a 25 second title sequence, as well as logo, identity and set design.   The idea was simple; to use particle dynamics to create interweeving threads of different colours, symbolising multiple topics and parties. The sequence resolving with a simple, contrasting title identity centre screen.   Frames were then generated from development of […]

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The Great War: An Orkney Memorial Experience

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The walls of Orkney’s St Magnus Cathedral were transformed as the internationally significant building became the canvas for a unique film marking the centenary of the end of the First World War.   ‘The Great War: an Orkney Memorial Experience’ explores the conflict through the lens of life in the islands at the time.   Projected directly on to the red and yellow sandstone walls of the majestic Cathedral, the film drew inspiration from the many events and stories associated […]

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