RUNNING ON IPAD
Hangeul is the Korean alphabet. Instead of being written sequentially, like English, Hangeul is grouped into blocks that represent individual syllables. In this way, it can be used to write most sounds.
The Mimetic Words of Hangeul is an art project that attempts to visually represent onomatopoeic and mimetic words according to their meaning.
The project was made using HTML5, especially Canvas, and it works beautifully on both desktop and tablet.
A special thank you to Justin Earley
who helped with the English copy.
FFF ON IPAD
Form Follows Function is a collection of interactive experiences. Each experience has its own unique design and functionality.
All the experiences are created in HTML5, the site works beautifully on both desktop and tablet.
Form Follows Function demonstrates the power of the browser and current technology, while also pushing the boundaries of what is possible.
I had an interesting episode of Wiper Typography section.
For the reason, it’s my favorite section of the project.
This project isn’t just a collection of HTML5, it’s also a collection of my favorite things.
I love Vincent van Gogh, Rene Magritte, Andy Warhol, Space Time, Golden Ratio, Minimal Design, and Typography.
For example, “Plant Trees” was inspired by Rene Magritte’s “Empire of Light”. The drawing is single paradoxical combination of day and night. The trees in my project are dark at daylight, but bright and colorful at night.