I design and develop these pages in collaboration with the social team in order to promote the facebook show pages, and increase mtv’s brand awareness. In its current iteration these players provide fans of the show either the trailer or latest episode of a show. They are also provided with links that lead back to additional content related to each show or event.
This facebook video player is the second iteration of the “hit like” static graphic concept created to get facebook users to like a particular show. “Liking” a show reveals the facebook wall, where fans can comment and receive updates.
These video players offer more content to users within facebook, they can watch the last episode or trailer for the corresponding show. There are also links to view additional content on the mtv site.
A year ago, vampires, werewolves and zombies mysteriously descended upon the streets of California’s San Fernando Valley. Death Valley is the dark comedy that follows the cops that capture the monsters, and the camera crew that captures the cops. Well that is pretty much the gist of of the show.
Most of the shows at mtv, have a facebook page created in order for the social team to gauge interest in the show and interact with the viewers. I created these Death Valley facebook avatars featuring characters from each team (vampire, werewolf, utf and zombie). Fans of the show are encouraged to use these images as their facebook profiles and participate in a poll to vote for their favorite team.
Make sure to check out full episodes and bonus clips of Death Valley on mtv.com, it is a funny show.
Quincy Kingston happens to be one of my good friends, so when he asked me to shoot images for his up coming album I didn’t hesitate. The pictures were shot with my Nikon D40 and D80 along Atlantic Ave, in the bedstuy neighborhood of Brooklyn. The images will be featured in ?ue’s album booklet created by Gusto later this fall. Make sure to download his new single here!
nailgun* is a live action and motion graphics company located in the Flatiron District of New York City. Their current website is flash based and with the increasing use of Apple’s iOS devices, the company needed a destination for users to see their 2010-2011 motion reel. I co-designed and developed this mobile website specifically to target those users of Apple mobile products. To view this website, point your iphone or ipad to nailgun.tv
Project Details: Mobile Web Design & Development
Versatile Driving Interface (VDI) served as my thesis project while studying for my M.F.A degree at Parsons The New School For Design. VDI is a mobile application created for tablet devices that explores modes of interaction and communication between the driver, mobile tablet device and car in the context of driving. The application will combine shared functions between the tablet and the vehicle such as music, temperature and navigation. Additionally, it will interact wirelessly with discreet functions of the vehicle such as windows, mirrors, trunk, doors, gas lid., etc. The application will also receive information from the vehicles diagnostic port, giving it access to a wealth of realtime vehicle information. Through this shared information tips can be given to the driver, depending on the state of the vehicle. See more about VDI at vdiproject.com
Project Details: Web Design & Development, Mobile App Design & Development, User Experience Testing, Logo Design, Physical Computing
Deviant Art hosted this design competition for the Adidas “finger painting contest”. The contest was a digital battle for cash prizes, exposure and a chance to have work shown at the Adidas flagship store in Soho, New York City.
Project Details: Digital Design
I’m Graeme Richardson, an Interactive Designer based in New York City.
My work primarily focuses on designs, concepts and the understanding of user behavior for web & mobile platforms. Through those platforms I create simple, yet dynamic interactive projects that push the boundaries
of both the physical and digital space. Resume