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Friday, 8 June 2012

UI design for film

A lot has been explored with the specialization film title design and making that first couple of minutes intro to the film as amazing as possible especially with superhero and Sci-Fi films. Another exciting specialization in the film design arena is fictional UI motion design. I would like to show two designers who have taken the spotlight, GMUNK and Jayse. 
Recently presented at Semi Permanent - GMUNK is Bradley Munkowitz who has a world of experience, starting out as a interactive designer to the big bad world of motion graphics at Imaginary Forces with Kyle Cooper. The website www.gmunk.com shows his experience and motion graphics talents. His website aslo shows jobs that he has only pitched for and project case studies - which is really cool. There is still a lot of hard work and process involved with landing those sweet blockbuster gigs. Check his great website HERE and watch out for the masturbating space monkey (Munksterbate). Also for further inspiration on Tumblr. Here is UI Sequences and holographic content for the feature film TRON Legacy:

It doesn't get more specialized in UI design for film than Las Vegas based Jayse Hansen. Jayse is a freelance visual artist for film and television. His history has been revolved around print, web and motion design with clients ranging from Symantec to MTV and Fox. It's great to see a passion pay off, and here we can see his passion for fictional UI and data design for feature films like Tranformers III, Contagion, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Marvel's Avengers, also for Verizon/Motorolla. Most of his work was done in Illustrator, After Effects and Cinema 4d. Check out full details of his dimensional UI design work HERE.  "I'm all about giving credit where credit is due", Jayse worked with the twelve year veterans of special effects Catina Creative. So make sure you check them out as well.  www.catinacreative.com

I hope to be seeing more and more of elaborate UI designs in futuristic films and television adverts!

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