Tuesday, 14 April 2009

RM Development/ Digital 2.0

Client : Digital 2.0 [2009]
Brief/Project - Red Mist game development  
Emma Woolley is currently developing characters and storyboards for the new title that will be released Red Mist that is due to be released 2011. read more..

Friday, 27 March 2009

Red Mist

Red Mist is a controversial, headline-grabbing and emotionally gripping prison based computer game, designed to drive ‘at risk’ young people’s understanding of the devastating and very real consequences that violent actions may have in real life. read more..

Friday, 27 February 2009

Launching Creatives Report

YCN AWARDS 09 - o2 campaign 


The aim of this Report is to demonstrate the use of twelve module learning outcomes whilst producing five main briefs during my third year of study in graphic design and illustration. The report reflects the development of all five briefs taken and the outcomes. The report comments upon the creative processes I have undertaken and the professional skills I have acquired and have developed in visual communications.  

Demonstrate conceptual development and a wide range of ideas within the context of a brief.

I feel that I have demonstrated to degree different levels of conceptual development throughout the context of the five briefs I developed. Each Brief begun with applied reflection achieved by preliminary background research. Research was gained through visual images and contextual documents and was contributed towards the developmental stages and final visualisations of each brief...... read more

to read more visit: http://elwdesignbriefs0809.blogspot.com/

Wednesday, 4 February 2009

D&AD Student Awards 2009

D&AD Student Awards 2009
D@AD Student Awards 2009 – Animation [Science museum]
Over the last 3 months Emma has developed an animation based upon an animation brief delivered by D&AD. The animation consists of a short sequence based around the theme of the back hole. The target Audience for this animation is 8 – 13 years of age and is an initiative created by The science museum to encourage young people to get involved with science more often. 

The animation was designed in Illustrator and Flash CS3 Ed. 

Wednesday, 10 December 2008

View the latest design work by Emma Woolley