Some midnight oil was burnt creating this Holiday Campaign, paying off in lots of holiday glitter for everyone from Seattle to Times Square in New York City. If all these stop motion animations look time consuming to build – they are 🙂 Times Square Placement In-Store Video – this played on the 5 screen entryway […]
Creation of a truly sustainable, local, urban brand. Works included; experience design, product design, print ads, websites, online menus, social media, apparel, branded promotions, integrated campaigns and more.
Bunches of fun little (and big) banners for a grand May roll out of 365 a new Whole Foods store targeted at millennials. First I get sign off on the story boards of every banner at every size then animate like a machine 🙂
Title sequence created for a Chevy branded TV and internet pilot named Chevy One to One. My concept that each frame illustrate elements that initiate conversation. Starting with two lines in conversation and leading into an interactive website.
These email redlines and templates were part of a re-brand standards guide for the University of Phoenix. Goal was to establish a cohesive and updated look and feel across all digital communications for sales marketing and advertising.
This title and UI work were created in After Effects and composted with 3D renderings for the promotional landing page of a new smartphone on the T-Mobile website.
The online Shoe Advisor was an involved project spanning multiple teams at Brooks Sports Inc. For this complex project it involved being the sole liaison between the marketing, sales, web teams and the bio-mechanics experts at Brooks. The final deliverable was re-skinnable for junior designers and easily update-able with an external file for the web […]
This Flash piece adorned the Brooks Sports Home page. Its focus was on winter apparel. Using static images and illustrations I created this piece with actionscript and time line based animation and interactivity.
Just a cross sampling of the many monthly front page updates created by Kristian Wheelwright for Brooks Sports Inc. and the Brooksrunning.com home page while he was the lead multimedia designer during his 4 years there. Brooks Sports, a fun group. cheers.
This collection of interactive and animated button banners was part the recent University of Phoenix re-brand roll-out.
Website created for Vanguard Press while freelancing as their prepress production manager. Photographs staged and taken onsite at Vanguard Press in Seattle. Kristian Wheelwright also has a solid background with digital and offset printing production as well as bindery and finishing. He has formal training and work experience operating many types of printing and bindery […]
Kristian Wheelwright has designed, coded, tested, and published many graphic as well as animated email marketing pieces for a variety of clients including Brooks Sports Inc., Phillips Sonicare, Darigold, Aerospace clients and more.
Designed and animated by Kristian Wheelwright after directing the rough hand drawn style to suite the at the time current branding direction of Brooks Sports at the agency “North” in Portland Oregon. The final flash animated info graphic was showcased on the MogoRunning.com microsite to highlight brooks new Mogo technology.
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Website created as a hub for people to collaborate in exploration. User content driven trail maps, updates, photos and tips for endurance athletes and recreational explorers alike. Visual language to inform the user of various location features. Ever heard of an ultra marathon? Some people run these 100 mile plus races with elevation rise and […]
Microsoft “My Mobile Media” was a immersive roll in the new emerging smartphone technology. The task was to develop the functional specification and design both a mobile and desktop application to manage your personal media. This UI UX work was produced for Microsoft Corporation in 2005-2006.
These fun video banners were designed and coded by Kristian Wheelwright for t-Mobile featuring NBA stars to showcase a new mobile app. Interactive good times. Dwyane Wade – bobble head banner Dwyane Wade – lane play banner Dwight Howard – bobble head banner
Nick Goodey a prolific Creative Director out of England now based in NYC needed something a little different to showcase his works. We decided on this simple color scheme with strong iconic imagery. Check out his work, indeed a talented man.
These punchy home pages were created for the T-Mobile website homepage during the winter 2011 buying season.
Back when hot agency websites were all Flash, all Flash. Kristian Wheelwright created this portfolio website in around 2004ish. Ha, anyone out there remember the “Skip Intro” button??