Control font weight in HTML5 Canvas

Lab | June 4, 2013 | Comment

DEMO

VIDEO

INFORMATION

Project Hangeul #1 – The mimetic words of Hangeul

Projects | May 19, 2013 | 2 Comments

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DESIGN

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DESCRIPTION

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.

AWARDS

  • The FWA, Site of the Day - July 2013
  • The FWA, Mobile of the Day - July 2013

PRESS

  • +W.E.B Magazine Vol. 177 - September 2014
  • +Web Designing - July 2013

CREDIT

  • Solo work
  • A special thank you to Justin Earley who helped with the English copy.

[JS] cm-rotate.js

Lab | April 4, 2013 | 3 Comments

ABOUT
Rotate js using CSS translate3d and transition
     • No dependencies
     • Works in all major browsers that support CSS translate3d or transition (IE9+)
     • Works on tablet PC
     • MIT License
EXAMPLE
DOWNLOAD FROM GITHUB
USAGE
Download the js file and include it in your html.

Add CMRotate.init function in your Javascript code.

DISPOSE
Remove all events and requestAnimationFrame
LICENSE
Copyright (c) 2013 Jongmin Kim
Licensed under the MIT license.