A experimental web design work for for New York University Professor Jennifer Jacquet‘s new book “Is shame Necessary?: New Uses for an Old Tool”.
Jacquet’s design request is: weird, retro, almost ugly, and fun.
We employed several new web technologies to explore the possibilities of delivering the message in a more precise and more playful way.
In the landing page, we used P5.JS to create an immersive mouse-based interactive animation to give the user a primary understanding of this book.
Page: Main Navigation
Page: Map of Human Punishment
Jacquet provided the Map of Human Punishment, and we converted it into a immersive, film-like narrative experience. Using the latest web technology. (at the year of 2014!)
Page: Shame Gallery
A gallery with z-axis moving images. Click any image will pause all the movement and enlarge the image.