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Directed by Dermot Mac Cormack


◆   Environmentalists

◆   Economists

◆   Health-conscious young adults

◆   Students and adults


Urbanization is a featured interactive exhibition at the Mammal Museum. It explores urgent health, environment, and economic issues that stem from rapid urban growth and expansion in less developed countries around the world.

The goal is to display information in a clear and engaging way. It also serves as a call for participants to take action.


The exhibit’s interactive devices and app need to provide heavy data and global statistics balanced with visuals about affected regions in a clean and eloquent manner to incite people to act.


Visitors can experience the newest trend for AR technology. The projection will display numerical data, information about the building, location, and other informative statistics from infrastructures all around the world. Its layout is designed to instruct users and then lead them to act after obtaining a sufficient understanding of the multifaceted threat.

The finalized logo was an amalgamate of ideas to visualize a story using bar graphs, buildings, and an upward pointing arrow to illustrate a sharp increase in numbers of infrastructure.

Promotional posters are displayed to create intrigue and to draw people into the exhibit.

The book gives readers a short summary of the varying economic, health, and environmental effects of rapid urbanization in various developing countries in parts of Africa, South America, and Asia.

Users can navigate the world map to familiarize themselves about a specific country’s city and population growth.

A visitor’s exhibition experience and journey centers around the Urbanization app.

This app was created using:

Adobe XD

The responsive website imitates the compartmental city and building design.

This website was created using:

WordPress & Divi

The animated trailer repeats the theme of spiraling numbers and rising poverty-stricken conditions.

This trailer was edited in:

Adobe After Effects, Photoshop

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© Emma Tran, 2018. All Rights Reserved.



Directed by Scott Laserow and reviewed by Dermot Mac Cormack


◆   Teens and young adults

◆   Students and educators

◆   General public


A campaign established by an educational science program to produce accessible publications to inform people about the history of genetic engineering and its diverse applications.

Offer an alternative digital experience that can engage new and existing readers.


Formatting the digital publication to present information in a different medium while keeping it simple, intuitive, and engaging with avid e-book readers.


Introducing interactive features, content, and a flexible layout can engage e-book and traditional book readers. Instructional design and iconography serve as guidelines for intuitive navigation for any level of user experience.


The letter “G” resembles Gmod and a DNA strand. I elevated the sophistication and dimension, by applying a gradient texture to suggest a transition.

The gradient motif was carefully carried across the book and is representative of transformation.

The primary goal of the website was to introduce the topic and the campaign’s digital publications.

This website was created using:

WordPress & Divi

Its ipad app exposes readers to interactive elements and video in a literary platform.

This publication app was created in:

Indesign & Mag+

I'd love to hear from you!

© Emma Tran, 2018. All Rights Reserved.