I had a blast designing the new portfolio of the Russian Photographer Elena Iv-Skaya along with the new Noguier in town, my little brother Raphael Noguier, who handled the development part of the website.
Because there are already 31 photoshoots and, that we expect a lot more in the coming months, we built a way to navigate quicker throughout all the works by doing a Hold & Drag.
OK, so the concept is simple.
Imagine you are going to a restaurant with a friend. He forgets his wallet, so you are paying for dinner — under the condition that he pays you back. But, it can be hard to keep track of all the numbers in your head, and you probably won’t remember the exact amount he owes you.
Here, I am exploring the possible concept of an app that helps you to control all of your debts and pay your friends back quickly — all in one place. One good turn deserves another, as they say.
I’ve used Principle for animations and planning to explore this idea further. Would you use an app like that? Alternatively, do you think that friendship is worth more than money? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.
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Pleasure to collaborate with @Jack Daly in visualising these concepts for the book. Sharing the initial sketches and full resolution of the illustration in the attachment
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