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Julie Baes

ProgramDigital Media Creative, 2015

Current OccupationDigital Media Creative

I am a recent Graphic Arts graduate with a BA in Graphic Design and a specialisation in Motion Graphics. I am proficient in subjects such as 2D design, animation, special effects, film production, editing, illustration, branding and editorial design.

With a passion for design and visual storytelling, I am currently expanding my knowledge at Hyper Island as a Digital Media Creative. With great work ethics and a teamwork based mindset, I strive towards finding well designed and innovative solutions both digitally and analog. Amongst other things I am very interested in exploring an interactive approach to creative thinking and consider online and mobile services.

On top of that I am always looking to learn more and explore new things to challenge myself. I enjoy working with a wide range of people and am interested in what they can teach me.

The more fun side of me enjoys travelling around the world, extreme sports & adventures and all this whilst wearing amazing fashion.

LUMA2 - Exploring Technology

A multi-disciplinary project in which we combined technology and design to create an interactive dance floor. It provided the user with the opportunity to interact with custom made sounds and a responsive light sensitive platform, creating a unique and fun experience. It was displayed during our exhibition: "Distortional revolution" in collaboration with the Motion Creative students at Hyper Island. The exhibition was featured in Cap&Design Magazine.

Coca-Cola Hack

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A 3-day creative collaboration between Hyper Island and Coca-Cola.

Pick-up Lines

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A digital project that was created for the sole purpose of providing users with a unique experience. Within my team, we created a platform where users could come and explore different options for pick-up lines to use, depending on their social situation. As this was a fun creative project, we approached it in categories ranging from terrible to sweet conversation starters, just to keep it interesting.