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Spotify Nearby


︎︎︎ Year of creation                       
2021

︎︎︎Discipline                  
All in all campaign

Brief by D&AD New Blood Awards


Brief  How can Spotify make the listening experience a social experience by enabling people to share the audio that means the most to them? How can they help listeners build a deeper connection with friends and artists?

Create a feature within Spotify that helps people easily share their content and get people talking about it on their social feeds.





+Jakarta


︎︎︎ Year of creation                       
2020

︎︎︎Discipline                  
Motion Graphics

Branding Identity for +Jakarta is developed by 6616


+Jakarta is a government based platform that aims to drive the  spirit of collaboration across all of Jakarta (Indonesia’s Capital City’s) citizens and all the elements within. This video is created for the launch of +Jakarta and used throughout all +Jakarta’s online (socia media) and offline (billboards, etc) marketing channels.




Gasingku


︎︎︎ Year of creation                       
2021

︎︎︎Discipline                  
Branding & Illustration

In collaboration with Betha Suwarso (Product Design)


This project explores the significance of unnecessary British weather talk1and an imaginative, a more sustainable future if people talked about a topic as urgent as climate change instead.

To do so, The Climate Conversation Plant uses a voice activated program that listens to unique key phrases surrounding the topic of weater and responds with factual climate change statements based on the book ‘The Uninhibitable Earth’ by David-Wallace-Wells. This plant hosted device is then placed in social settings throughout London. By disrupting and creating conversation, I hope that this experience could make climate change a continuing subject matter in everyday conversation.


















Altered Senses


︎︎︎ Year of creation                       
2018

︎︎︎Discipline                  
Experience Design

University brief featured at Central Saint Martins Foundation Degree Show 2018

Colors are intended to be seen, but what if you are able to hear or even feel them? This project serves as a loose interpretation of synesthesia. Through the use of designed products and experiences, Altered Senses invites the audience to widen their perspectives and understand the invisible.

1A recent study uncovers that the average British person spends the equivalent of 4,5 months of their lives talking about the weather.






        01                                 Pantone Aroma Match



A mimic of Pantone’s Swatch Book, but instead, each page displays 12 variations of color names, generated from people’s response when asked
“When you see and think about (this particular) color, what smell do you link it to?”




        02                                 Over the Rainbow for All




A record sleeve design of Over The Rainbow, where each note is interpreted into the color and the text is embossed using braille to give the experience of seeing the melody and touching the lyrics

The song “over the rainbow” is chosen as it is a globally known song with lyrics about hope and optism.



        03                                 Over the Rainbow for All video installation


        04                                Visionarium (at the Central Saint Martins Foudation Degree Show 2018)



The Climate Conversation Plant


︎︎︎ Year of creation                       
2019

︎︎︎Discipline                  
Creative Coding/Product Design

University brief featured at Central Saint Martins x Think & Do Climate Emergency Workshop

This project explores the significance of unnecessary British weather talk1and an imaginative, a more sustainable future if people talked about a topic as urgent as climate change instead.

To do so, The Climate Conversation Plant uses a voice activated program that listens to unique key phrases surrounding the topic of weater and responds with factual climate change statements based on the book ‘The Uninhibitable Earth’ by David-Wallace-Wells. This plant hosted device is then placed in social settings throughout London. By disrupting and creating conversation, I hope that this experience could make climate change a continuing subject matter in everyday conversation.
ad and non commercial distribution, download the sheet

1A recent study uncovers that the average British person spends the equivalent of 4,5 months of their lives talking about the weather.





02                                How it works
   
The program is coded in javascript with the input/output transmitted wirelessly
through a  bluetooth speaker and microphone within the devide. The code uses
voice activation for weather related words, pulled out from everyday
conversations (such as hot, cold, freezing, rain, et cetera) and has 20 unique
 responses.

Download and try it for yourself here 

03                                 The product






04                                 Display & Explanation Video 

  





05                                 Accompanying booklet




        06                                 Typographic Explorations



Battleship/sign


︎︎︎ Year of creation                       
2020

︎︎︎Discipline                  
Interactive/Game Design

University brief

Brief to learn something in a week and create a teaching tool in response to it


Battle-ship/sign is a game for any age (although it is most suitable for people ages 10+ due to the level of literacy difficulty). It is based on the classic game of battleship, a two player strategy type guessing game using mainly letters and numbers. The aim of this game is to create a fun and playful way to learn the British Sign Language alphabet. Signing the letters as opposed to saying it out loud would enable the players to eventually learn and memorize the alphabet. In addition, competitiveness would also factor in faster memorization, after all, everyone wants to win, and if you interpret the opponents signs incorrectly, you could jeopardize your own ships.

The game is designed to be printed on paper as I want it to be as acessible as possible for everyone to learn BSL. It is free to download and non commercial distribution, download the sheet





Seaside Story


︎︎︎ Year of creation                       
2020

︎︎︎Discipline                
UI/UX

University brief in collaboration with London’s Postal Museum


The Challenge The London Postal Museum is curating a new exhibition on postcards and would like to create a more engaging and memorable experience for 8 to 18 year olds.

The Solution I designed and (attempted to) programm a mobile website in which the public could scan certain postcards and create a collective online storybook through drawing. The idea is that the sketches are built upon each other, with new ones responding to the last. The result is then projected each day within the exhibition for public view.





        01                                 Logo


        02                                  Interface


        03                                Character & Illustration details


01                                  User testing



Signs of the Times


︎︎︎ Year of creation                       
2020

︎︎︎Discipline                  
Creative Coding/3D

University brief

Signs of the Times investigates the role of climate tweets on twitter and it’s potential to spread false information that leads to climate change denial. The idea to create a virtual climate ‘rally’ where the contents of the banners are AI-generated through mix-and-matching people’s tweets that includes the word “climate change” and or “#climatechange” “#climateaction”. Signs of the Times uses a program that archives around 10,000 tweets with those specific keywords and randomly generates specific short phrases from the archive. The computer generated phrases are then designed to look like actual banners to 'fool the audience'. The overall aim is for the audience to reevaluate and investigate the information they are taking





        01                                 The banners



        03                                 Typography



        03                                 The program

    view it here


B(at)ik



︎︎︎ Year of creation                       
2020

︎︎︎Discipline                  
Creative Coding / UI/UX

Self-Initiated (website on progress)


B(at)ik is a playful interactive website that combines internet culture with the traditional technique of mbatik or making batik1. The idea is for the user to create batik inspired patterns only using Unicode2 Characters therefore pushing what batik could be beyond it’s physical form.




1   Batik  is an  Indonesian technique of wax-resist dyeing applied to whole cloth. The technique originated  from Java, Indonesia.

2   Unicode is an information technology (IT) standard for the consistent encoding, representation, and handling of text expressed in most of the world's writing systems.


        01                                 Symbol





        02                               The Cursor & Hand Unicodes


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        03                                Interface (the actual website is currently still in development)




        04                                Iconography



        05                               Result Examples


Say Her Name


︎︎︎ Year of creation                       
2018 (Expanded in 2020)

︎︎︎Discipline                
Branding / Service

University brief
This project is featured In “Foundation: Key Lessons in Art and Design” by Lucy Alexander and Tim Meara (2019) and Central Saint Martins Official Foundation Guide (2019)

With the currently evolving #MeToo movement, I decided to enhance the public’s knowledge and encourage them to watch more female-led movies through having a list inside of their popcorn boxes. In doing so, they would hopefully help increase the number of views therefore creating more demand of female-led movies. This project is then revisited and reiterated into a movie festival plan.





        01                                 Merchandise Packaging - Popcorn Case (2018)


The idea is that after finishing the box, the audience would discover the prompt in the bottom, and a list of movies to keep and cross off. 

*PS: I’m also expanding my list so if you have any reccommendations please send them my way!

        02                                 Film Festival Promotional Posters (2020)



        03                                 Movie Festival / Women Filmmakers Networking Event

        03                                 Merchandise

        Name tags to be used in the networking event

The main merchandise would be a fully customizable totebag. The audience could use the stamps provided at the event to put and amplify a name of their choosing on the totebag, it could be as famous as an award winner director or as familiar as their own name or a friend. Wearing this around would hopefully spark interest in the people seeing the bag into googling who the person is. 


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Soda Gembira




︎︎︎ Year of creation                       
2019

︎︎︎Discipline                  
Identity & Motion Graphics

PPI London


Soda Gembira is one of PPI London’s biggest events of last year, attracting more than 250 Indonesians in London and cities nearby. The event itself is an annual Indonesian disco and karaoke night, with this year’s theme being 80s - 00s disco. While still adhering to PPI London’s color palette and design guidelines, I created the promotional posters and videos, inspired the music itself and 1970-80s design elements. 



        01                                 Key Visual


        02                                  Motion Graphics

 


        03                                Social Media



        04                                 Details


Touchnote


︎︎︎ Year of creation                       
2019

︎︎︎Discipline                
Illustration

Created during my design placement at Touchnote & while freelancing for Touchnote


TouchNote is a creative communication tool, a web/mobile app based platform that revolutionalizes1 sending postcards in the 21st century.

As part of my design placement, I pitched and created 40 new designs for their ‘evergreen’ content. These cards were based on my own moments and experiences that I’ve encountered, transformed into playful illustrations.

View the designs on the app here


1With the app, you could send postcards from anywhere in the world, without having to go to a post office or buy the actual physical postcard.




        02                                  Details



        03                                Designs



Planetarium Jakarta Redesign


︎︎︎ Year of creation                       
2020

︎︎︎Discipline                
Brand identity

Self-initiated


A (hypothetical) brand identity redesign for Planetarium Jakarta, one of only 4 space education recreation sites in Indonesia. Having been built in 1964 without many changes ever since, Planetarium Jakarta currently does not have a universal design guideline for it’s physical and online presence, this redesign is an attemp to change that.

The design is focused towards giving Planetarium Jakarta a fresh and modern face and creating an enhanced information hierarchy throughout all it’s designs while still being true to it’s original roots.



        01                                  Logo & Typeface







        02                                                  Posters








        03                                               Brochure



        04                                    Entrance Ticket



        05                                    Merchandise & ID
                             




        06                                    Wayfinding Banners






︎︎︎ clicking on the individual images will redirect you to my blog



Daily Experiments




Various interactive and static graphic coding Experiments created
with P5.JS 



︎︎︎ Year of creation                       
2020-Present

︎︎︎Discipline                  
Creative Coding