(this is a work in progress) Deep dive into product page UI elements The inventory and analysis of relevant competitor UX can provide significant insight and fast track feature development. By examing competitor sites, we get an inventory of essential UI elements in the purchase process. We also gain a ton of insight to information […]
The KoleGear e-Commerce website showcases a new class of pressurized hydration systems for performance athletes. I created an intuitive eCommerce shopping experience, shot product photos, implemented thoughtful SEO, and defined a brand. Setting the Mood with a Little Attitude The mood boards reflect the powerful beauty and the rich colors of Kauai’s land and […]
I created these tool UX template tool kits to streamline the design and development or brand pages, native ads, and emails across the Walmart.com ecosystem. This tool kit aimed to facilitate the production of graphics, messaging, and development by aiding the visualization of how the site and the individual modules react. Breakpoints, safe zones, scaling, […]
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 video greeted holiday shoppers on […]
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 signoff on the storyboards of every banner at every size, then animate like a machine 🙂 A Few of the Banners Story Boards Galore Thanks […]
These animated HTML5 banners were targeted to specific areas surrounding new stores pre and post opening. Attention to climate, demographics, local trends and other data was leveraged to maximize response rate. Spring Campaign Here is a fun series of stop motion animations to grab your attention. Spring Campaign The gallery below contains storyboards […]
These fun video banners were designed and coded by Kristian Wheelwright for T-Mobile featuring NBA stars to showcase a new mobile app. Dwyane Wade bobblehead banner, Dwyane Wade lane play banner, Dwight Howard bobblehead banner, interactive good times.
These Les Schwab retro game banners were created to emulate 8-bit video games and win your heart with a little nostalgic gameplay. They really work, so give’em a shot! Full set of functioning banners are below, video preview is above if you don’t have Flash.
This title and UI work was composited with 3D renderings in After Effects 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 […]
Here is a few of the many monthly interactive home pages I designed, animated, and coded during my 4 years at Brooks Sports Inc. Click the images below to view the live sample.
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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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.
Creating a seamless character animation for HP, this Flash site did just that with a walking, talking, jumping doctor. Making learning fun, or at least trying.
Back when hot agency websites were all Flash, all Flash. Kristian Wheelwright created this portfolio website in around 2003ish. Ha, anyone out there remember the “Skip Intro” button??