User Interface Design

In the past we were largely involved in user interface design for the games industry. However with the growing popularity of smartphones and tablets we have found ourselves doing more and more user interface (UI) design for mobile devices. In this gallery, you will find mainly game UI. We cannot show all of our work here, as some of the interface design has been done through a collective.

The Ed, Edd n Eddy user interface utilises scalable vectors created in Adobe Illustrator for use in a flash powered browser-based game. These had to adhere to a very strict brief and had to be ‘on brand’. A set of brushes were created for this project that gave an irregular, wobbly line in the style of the Cartoon Network TV series. Strong colours were used, with highly stylised graphics.

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About Adobe Illustrator

Adobe Illustrator was first developed for the Apple Macintosh in December 1986 (shipping in January 1987) as a commercialization of Adobe’s in-house font development software and PostScript file format. Early magazine advertisements (featured in graphic design trade magazines such as Communication Arts) referred to the product as “the Adobe Illustrator”.

Since the advent of Adobe Creative Cloud Illustrator has been sold in a subscription-based service model, in line with the other software in the formerly called Creative Suite. As part of Creative Cloud, this version brought improvements in that subject such as color, font and program settings syncing, saving documents to the cloud, and integration with Behance, as well as other features such as a new touch-compatible type tool, images in brushes, CSS extraction, and file packaging.

*from Wikipedia

About Adobe Flash

Adobe Flash is a multimedia and software platform used for creating vector graphics, animation, browser games, internet applications, mobile applications and mobile games. Flash displays text, vector and raster graphics to provide animations, video games and applications. It allows streaming of audio and video, and can capture mouse, keyboard, microphone and camera input.

Flash is frequently used to display streaming video, advertisement and interactive multimedia content on web pages and Flash-enabled software. However, in recent years, the usage of Flash on websites has declined, and as of 2015, Flash is primarily used to build video games for mobile devices with Adobe AIR.

*from Wikipedia

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