Aim to define how we see, understand and absorb “Breaking News” headlines throughout the news circle. Specifically, can we use better communication design to build the connection between the diffused, fragmented, distorted, and confusing headline information?
Do you remember the news you read yesterday?
Evoked by this question from the artistic & editorial documentary project, The Day After Reading, by Swiss graphic de:Ludovic Balland in 2014.
“Medium is the message.“ by Marshall McLuhan.
Nowadays, we’ve surrounded by diffused and fragmented information. How do we perceive them through different media?
Thanks to the Internet, mainstream media has lost its monopoly.
There are more different, opposite voices are appearing on the Internet, but have they been heard and dialectically analyzed?
Untitled is a concept product that offers users web and SMS service for online reading experience.
Users can truly have a dialectical and dialogical reading experience.
Synthesized the “U” and “N” as a new character for type-logo, which is a metaphor of bipolar magnet.
In the web experience, instead of sensational headlines, there are only five keywords for users to read news based on 5Ws: Who, What, When, Where, Why.
Users are encouraged to read one topic from different sources.
Display the thesis book, posters, interactive websites.
Design Direction: Ze Tan
Design Execution: Ze Tan
Photography & Post-production: Ze Tan
Professor & Advisor: Kevin Gatta