THE COLLECTIVE WORKS OF CHRIS CHAPMAN
Chris is a multidisciplinary designer based in Bristol, his creative exploits have ranged from branding, illustration and animation to print, UX and web design.
 
                                           
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Design for the Worktribe company home page. Worktribe design and develop various software applications for all manner of private companies, educational bodies and public sector organisations. Each of their products has its own unique, showcase micro-site. The home page was intended to act as simple aggregator of these products sites, acting as a simple index rather than a showcase.

 
                                           
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Awards Management System (AMS) is a online tool which aids universities throughout the entire awards bidding process.

 

I was briefed to design a promotional site which showcased the features and benefits of the product to potential customers.

 
                                           
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Branding, print, and web design for a photography start-up specialising in wedding and event photography.

 
                                           
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Branding, print and web design for Simple Things, a one day music festival held in the heart of Bristol.

 

 
                                           
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A little sneak peak of an apps that’s currently in development. Lunchfinder aims to solve  the age old question which has plagued mankind for millennia, where should I go for lunch today?

 
                                           
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Simple site design to showcase the work of the developer Tom Oliver Harrison.

 
                                           
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Self initiated branding experiments for a fictional butchers.

 
                                           
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Many apps often rely heavily on tried and tested desktop formats for their user interaction. I wanted to experiment with utilizing the full potential of touch and gesture control on mobile devices.

 
                                           
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Design concept for Patchwork, a web app created to aid care workers, across multiple agencies, in seeing the network of partitioners surrounding their clients.

 

The nature of the app and the potential frequency of use meant that a no frills design approach was needed, one which focuses heavily on usability over aesthetics. Colour has been used purely as a mechanism to guide the user to crucial information and highlight certain states and actions.

 
                                           
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In late 2012 Bristol City Council outlined a large scale regeneration stragtey for St James Barton roundabout (known locally as the Bearpit). the most radical aspect of the plan  was the implementation of one of three raised level walkway designs which would drastically alter the dynamic of the space. Because of this it was crucial that the general public had a say in the final decision.

 

Myself, a consultation expert and a web developer were commissioned to produce an online consultation that would help gather the publics opinions on the proposed designs, as well as input any proposals for the space. Given the wide ranging demographic we wanted to reach and the general assumption of online surveys it was crucial that we produced a design which was both accesible and fun to complete.

 

By the end of the two month period we had successfully gathered input from over 1,400 local residents, data which has gone on to directly influence the councils plans for regenerating the space.