MIGUEL A. CARDONA JR.

Students' Work 2005–2013

Getaway Guide iPad App Prototype

Jocelyn Lui, 2012

iPad Application Design Prototype. Created using After Effects, for an Advanced Interactive Design Class.

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Night Mob Style Boards

Matthew Brownell, 2010

Style board imagery to represent the opening of a television show. Technology Used: Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.
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Smoothie Selector

Vickie Angie, 2012

Kiosk Design prototype for a Smoothie machine. Created using Adobe After Effects for an Advanced Interactive Design Class.

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Interactive Timelines

Various Students, 2008-2012

Various Interactive timelines created with Adobe Flash. Each student wireframed, designed, and coded with Actionscript 3 these interactive pieces.

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MFA Now Website

John Sensenbaugh, 2012

An HTML/CSS/Javascript Sitelet made for the MFA Now Visual Studies Workshop made in an Advanced Web Design Class.

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Freeze Ray Animation

Tyler Somers

Storyboard and animation for Time Based Design Class. Designed using Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, then animated using Adobe Flash, the piece contains interactive elements, pauses when the audio says “stop”, and loops until the user clicks to continue the animation.

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Business Card Animations

Various Students, 2011

These Business Card Animations were created in Adobe After Effects as a brief exercise in working with the application. The students were asked to bring in a print version of their business cards, then asked to animate them in a short period of time.

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Graphic Animations

Various Students, 2009-2012

Graphic Animations to music Selections for Time Based Design Classes. All projects were first storyboarded in either Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop, then animated using Adobe Flash.

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Project Romeo Title Sequence

Kelly Vars, 2011

Style board imagery to represent the opening of a television show. Technology Used: Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.

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Craft Coffee Responsive Prototype

Kelsey Collins

This project was for an Advanced Web Design Class. The objective was to redesign an existing blog or news feed, focusing on user needs and functionality. Students were required to make the site prototypes responsive for mobile devices.

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