Author Archive for moona533

Pleats Please

Web Design Final: Create a web design for a theoretical or existing brand, item, theme, etc. Whatever it may be, make it sellable. Final-1vv037p Choosing to redesign the website for Pleats Please was the hardest decision. I went around in circles trying to figure out how to accomplish just the same amount of dimension and texture the actual brand carries on a website. The…

Portfolio Site: 1st Attempt

As our very first project, we were asked to create a website for our own portfolio, something that we could personalize and create as our own. Click to view brainstorming: http://b.parsons.edu/~moona533/parsons/WorksheetI.html Final Portfolio: Portfolio-otjskx  

The Square

In Design Studio II, I was asked what my design system was. It left me baffled and speechless, I couldn’t get myself to say it in one sentence. I strive to create for the ideal lifestyle that’s always painting a picture inside my head and how to exude that I made through a gif of a theoretical, modular apron design named, ‘The…

A Monograph

The course’s final presentation consisted of a compilation of the assets I had created over the semester in the form of a fourteen page book. It was by far the most exciting project to work on considering all the things we learned over the semester and choosing to apply it to our personal design aesthetic and creating solutions to a group of…

In Pairs

II- Comfort & Sanctuary Babies in pairs, a mom and a child, a mom pregnant with a child; These are the things that drove this project to represent my personal comfort and sanctuary. Comfort comes in many forms and ways, but it always results in the security of knowing that you are not alone. Looking at photographs that captured siblings…

Translation through Symbols

Symbolic Constrained + Symbolic Adaptive Semiotics; signs and signifiers; design isolation; symbols in systems; optimal minimalism; hard vs. soft standards; intelligent icons; application utility; language systems; figure vs. ground; contrast, legibility & readability; display vs. text type; set width, kerning, tracking and the typographic grid: to create a set of symbols that directly represent a theme. Symbol Theme: Different Ways to Cook…

Word Map Construct

Quantitative Constrained + Quantitative Adaptive Many documents deal with numbers, volumes, sizes and other quantitative tasks still employ type in the form of words as the “last mile” of information. A word map involves the quantification of type. The type serves a role as a quantity-planned according to a non-arbiturary rule. Without illustrations, the typography follows some objective rule set and cannot be…

Exposed

Project Instruction: Considering Image & Composition to create a photo essay that delivers a story, a concept that exhibits my Design Manifesto. In collaboration with my brother, Ian Moon, I wanted to share my experience, my joy from these exposed photographs that deserved a new and interesting perspective. AL x Ian Moon Click to view exposed-official (File is Large, Please Wait)

Skip to toolbar