An interactive documentary and restoration of Mario Andretti's First Love - the Hudson Hornet and how it impacted his passion for racing. The site will host two films and a live restoration of the Hudson that the audience can participate in.
The site is live and you can view it here: http://www.gt6firstlove.com
My roles were art direction, lead design, motion direction, ui, ux, ui css, and initial development prototyping.
Directed by Ben Tricklebank.
3 months ago
Great shot man
Great design here. The 3D animations that pop out the menu items on the left side is really nice and I like the subtle reference to a speedometer with the loading screen. Beautiful job!
awesome work Michael - you treated the subject with the complete honor it deserves. Well done.
such great work man. Definitely didn't disappoint on this one as a big fan of the GT series.
Great use of video on all devices. Very well integrated and a gorgeous, simple design to focus on the content. Well done.
Thank you @Jeremy Vessey
Thanks @Brett Yanoski! it was fun designing and prototyping the nav. Love how it came out and all the little UI animations + loader.
Thanks @Jon Vlasach ! Have you checked out the live feed with Andrew modifying and testing out the cars in the game?
Thanks @Anthony Fonte! I'm so glad everyone was on board with the clean approach. I really feel it complements the mechanical tone and the brand.
AMAZING user experience
Thanks @Caleb Amesbury !
Mind blown... how did you even come up with this?
Oh wow, just wow
that called a awesome work :)
Amazing! I love this!
Great to see a commercial project executed so well. And hat's off to the developers as well, they did a tremendous job on the site very solid. The only small critique I have is that the hit states on some of those circular buttons could have been a bit bigger. But really it's a small detail on an otherwise gorgeous and compelling site.
Really cool how you stacked the laptop, tablet and phone. Do you have any resources to help me achieve the same effect?
@Sergie Magdalin Thanks! I made everything custom, I may put together a template.
@Michael Sevilla I'd love that!
I'd buy that template!
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