Ruiyun Jiang

Ruiyun Jiang

Motion Graphics DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
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Ruiyun Jiang

Ruiyun Jiang

Motion Graphics DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
Projects
  • Aliases
    AliasesResponding to the 'Identity Algorithm' project of my graphic design course, 'Alias’ is presented here as a few sample interfaces of a prototypical ‘alias discovery program’. Supposedly, inputting a name of your target and the program will find all their related aliases, whether it is a social media username, or an intimate name called by their loved ones. When this series is finished, it should contain 12 pieces of interface design in total, each uncovering the mystery in the moment of a young w
  • On the Water
    On the WaterThe eventual form of this ongoing personal project (carried on from my final major project of my graphic design course) will be a short animation, presented here as a few styleframes. It is a visual story about a woman returning to her hometown, Shanghai, after a life of journeys away. Revisiting a few site of the waterside houses that she and her family once lived in, memories of her childhood and stories that she heard from her mother and grandmother slowly resurface. Mixed on the water is a v
  • Anthology IV
    Anthology IVAnthology is the fourth series of a Londonmet creative project, in which students from English & Visual Communication departments come together to make a publication. Inspired by sweet things like handcrafted creative diaries and colouring books, the response from our group is a mono-coloured, vertical A5 landscape formatted, wire-bound publication with delicate handwriting styled typography, featuring beautiful illustration by Shila Burnett. Given the chance to print (the mock-ups were made in
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Projects credited in
  • School of Art, Architecture & Design, London Metropolitan University, Visual Communication: BA Graphic Design, BA Illustration & Animation
    School of Art, Architecture & Design, London Metropolitan University, Visual Communication: BA Graphic Design, BA Illustration & AnimationVisual Communication at London Met has a respect for craft, for making and for the heritage of the tools we use to create; but it also has a future-facing ideology using digital technologies to create work of integrity, value and agency. Students are encouraged to experiment, to think and and work in collaborative ways, take risks, explore their place in the world as designers and to shape the future of our creative industries. Our course has amazing industry links, students undertake work place