As a Google trained and accredited photographer I’ve had the exciting opportunity to photograph the Pacific Museum of Earth’s tour. Please visit its fantastic collection of rocks and gems and… meet George, the dinosaur. You can also navigate the museum using 3D VR glasses. The set of navigation icons were used in a pilot project using overlays, on top of the virtual tour. Students will be able to learn about specific exhibits in depth, by seeing related documentaries, 3d videos, reading articles, or answer quizzes while virtually visiting the museum. Here’s the direct link to the dinosaur’s location. Copy and paste it into your browser’s address bar and navigate from there by following the arrows with your mouse pointer. You can rotate in any direction in the 360 space: http://goo.gl/maps/5rVNvbACQ132
Virtual Soil Science chosen logo. “From the ground to the web” is the motto. The cute little flower has its petals made of computer mice and it’s spreading wireless data waves out there. I’ve designed this using Adobe Illustrator. It was in fact Prof. Dr. Maja Krzic’s vision which I have helped to materialize. Don’t forget to visit www.soilweb.ca to learn a thing or two about the fascinating soil science. The free soil science online resources project has been a tremendous team effort led by Dr. Krzik which has rightfully won a bunch of awards, including one for Excellence and Innovation in Graphics and Web Design from Canadian Network of Innovation in Education.
Virtual Soil Science – logo idea (II) – a bunch of virtual funny cyber worms with big wondering eyes, coming up from the ground. The design has been used across multiple soil science online venues as well as marketing materials. Designed with Adobe Illustrator. Don’t forget to visit www.soilweb.ca
Virtual Soil Science – logo idea (I) – abstract paint-brush strokes drawn with a Wacom pen & tablet in Adobe Illustrator
Virtual Soil Science – Logo Study. As part of the logo creation study, I’ve used completely different techniques, ranging from naive painting or freehand abstract shapes to a more funny approach. The motto was: “From the Ground to the Web”.
Welcome to UBC wiki: wiki.ubc.ca
The blog’s platform doesn’t allow Java-script interactivity, therefore I’ve generated a (sped-up) animation to show the stages of the online course development process. I’ve designed this using Photoshop CC’s 3D environment. The original 2D drafts were created using Illustrator CC. You’ll find the comprehensive analysis published by Dr. Afsaneh Sharif on UBC Wiki: http://wiki.ubc.ca/Design_Quality_OnlineCourse
Planning & Evaluation in Surgical Care – custom splash page illustration by Gabriel Lascu
The Earth and the Solar System – custom infographic and navigation icon set – designed by Gabriel Lascu. I’ve created the ‘little planet’ using a selection of landscape photo and panoramic snippets. The Moon is an older shot I took using the ‘digiscoping’ technique, by attaching a pocket camera to a spotting scope using a custom built adapter.
graphic design and illustration, multimedia, corporate photography, infographics, university online course visual content, visual identity, vr, 3d modelling, interior design, design for marketing, 360 vr, augmented reality, logo design, banner design, panoramic photography, and more.