Projects | October 9, 2016 | 5 Comments


Halloween is a day that holds great personal significance for me, as it has been a favorite holiday since childhood. As a child, I was particularly drawn to B-horror movies such as Frankenstein and Dracula, finding myself captivated by the underlying themes of sadness and loneliness present in the monsters, as well as the gothic mise en scene. This led to a lifelong appreciation for the works of directors such as Tim Burton, George Romero, and Alfred Hitchcock.

Inspired by my child’s Halloween costume, I decided to create a project utilizing HTML5 technology, specifically the Canvas, Webkit, and WebGL elements. The project is designed to function seamlessly on both desktop and mobile devices, with the added ability to enjoy a full-screen experience by adding it to the home screen on mobile devices.
This project has been a long-time desire, with the concept of minimal design, bold colors, and fun interactions with monsters being central. I would like to express my gratitude to Sanghee Cho for providing the illustrations for all icons used in the project.

Technologies & Tools

  • JavaScript
  • WebGL
  • Metaballs
  • UX/UI Design
  • Animation
  • Interaction


  • DesignAwards.Asia, Design of the Day – October 2016
  • The FWA, FWA of the Day – October 2016


  • +How to make a Prey on Animation


  • Art Direction & Design & Coding : Jongmin Kim
  • Icon Illustration : Sanghee Cho


Gabriella  October 12, 2016 at 2:53 PM

Hey there, this is super awesome! I love this project, thanks for sharing. The colors, the design, the ‘treats’ you find by clicking around a bit, all so much fun!

    cmiscm  October 14, 2016 at 10:16 PM

    Thank you!!! :)

Tom  October 16, 2016 at 4:50 AM

Hey Kim, we are working on a very special framework with a bot to help people learn how to code and turn prototypes into real apps.

Would you be interested in collaboration with us? We would love to see your interactive creativity applied to our site.

What do you think? Tom

    cmiscm  October 21, 2016 at 2:59 PM

    Hi, please email me about more detail, cmiscm(at)

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