PyHop Trailer – NMD 104 Project 9

Posted by on Sep 21, 2016 in New Media, NMD 104 | 0 comments

PyHop Trailer – NMD 104 Project 9

This was the ninth and I believe the last project before the final in NMD 104. The task was to create a commercial or trailer for something original we made (or just an original concept). It was essentially a short test run for the final project itself, which include this requirement and much more. For the sake of this project, I chose to create a trailer for a game I had previously made in COS 125, the group final I was a part of for that class. The game was called PyHop and, well, if you want to know more, check out the trailer below. It got some good laughs out of the class, I hope it can...

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reverb – NMD 104 Final Project

Posted by on Sep 21, 2016 in New Media, NMD 104 | 0 comments

reverb – NMD 104 Final Project

This was my final project for NMD 104: a fictitious product called reverb. The goal of the final was to conceptualize and pitch an original product “from start to finish”, which is to say we were tasked with pitching an invention we didn’t actually have to invent. We just needed to demonstrate that we could competently and professionally sell an idea as if it was going up on Kickstarter or if it was going to be shopped around to larger manufacturers. This entailed a number of elements to collectively craft the final, but the most significant portion of work rested in...

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Landscape Assessment – NMD 104 Lab

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Landscape Assessment – NMD 104 Lab

This collage, below, is the result of an assessment assignment in my NMD 104 lab. We were tasked with taking the image above and portraying it in 4 different ways, namely in altering its color, over the course of an hour. ._haughton_landscape_NMD104

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Harmony – NMD 104 Project 4: Logo Design

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Harmony – NMD 104 Project 4: Logo Design

This was my fourth project for NMD 104 in the Spring semester of 2015. The assignment was to create, as the title suggests, an original logo for a conceptual company or app using a combination of Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. The successfulness of the design was determined by how well the rest of the class could guess the app or company’s purpose before the creator was called on to explicitly state it. Can you guess just by looking at its logo what my Harmony app might be? My class seemed to catch on very, very quick.   Harmony, as my fictitious app is entitled, is a dating...

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