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Video shots and timelapses taken in and around New York City in 2015 and 2016 using Canon 750D and GoPro Hero4.
Stickman from Salma Tantawi on Vimeo.
Kinetic Typography – Opportunity Cost from Salma Tantawi on Vimeo. Motion typography assignment for COM565: Visual Aesthetic. Interactive Media MA program, Elon University. Created with Adobe Illustrator and Adobe After Effects.
Introduction and Background: A previous research paper I worked on titled Consumption of Social Media and Anxiety Among Teens and Young Adults reviewed literature that studied young adults’ usage of social media, instant messaging apps and other online networks, and discussed the effects of the internet and social media on anxious and lonely people.[…]
During winter term at the iMedia MA program at Elon University, students fly to different locations around the world to work with non-profit organizations and groups on a project for the public good. This year, our team went to Ireland to work with our client Mícheál Ó Foighil to help develop Abair Leat, the[…]
Final video project for COM525 Digital Media Production – iMedia program, Elon University. Keara goes Christmas decoration shopping on a mission to decorate the basic Christmas tree from available…peculiar ornaments. Keara’s Christmas Special from Salma Tantawi on Vimeo.
Memorable scenes from the show accompanied by the cheesiest music the director could find (maybe it was a challenge for a prize?) and credits rolling and rolling and rolling, from the guy who stopped by the studio to fix the air conditioning to the producers. No, thank you. That’s not what a title sequence is,[…]
Beach Break (Using fullpage.js) Visit Chicago (Responsive design) CSS Animation: Happy Birthday Google Map: One Day in Cairo
Culture and Religion Dialogue from Salma Altantawy on Vimeo.
Once you start reading on art and graphic design, you get (other people’s) perceptions of what is beautiful and what isn’t visually attractive. Is a design successful when it’s so mind-challenging to a point that makes us feel stupid for not getting it at a first glance or the exact opposite, when it fits so[…]
30 designers; two questions: 1- What design inspires you the most? 2- What problems do you think design can solve? Designers take on answering the questions in short videos which you can see them all here, some agree on transportation as a problem design should start revolutionizing by now. Be it the mapping aspect of[…]
Research proposal ABSTRACT Interacting on social media has changed how people communicate and form relationships, consequently altering the social structure of the new generation. This literature review seeks to clarify the possibility of a relationship, whether a correlation or a causation, between social media usage and anxiety. What motivates young users to interact online, as[…]
Data analysts are those magical people who can read numbers in a way other people can’t. Or at least that’s how I see them as someone who used to work in a place where we heavily depended on data. As an editor, the data analyst would direct me to where I should focus more, and[…]
The more “open” and “connected” our online worlds become, the less emphasis on quality there seems to be. Think about what an article needed to go through to be published decades ago. Hours of editing and desk editing and layout and styling. And when it was finally out to see the light, it was there[…]
Virality. A word spell check still refuses to recognize, no matter how widely used it is now. “Viral” often refers to infection, disease. But now also refers to quickly spreading content, infectious content, if you will. But such a word presumes that there is no control over the spread of content, that it just happens,[…]
If your 2012 revolved around trying to get Call Me Maybe out of your head, you’re about to be reminded of how catchy this song was. Being good or bad isn’t even relevant at this point, the song was everywhere and so were an endless stream of parodies. What allowed these parodies to survive is[…]
There comes a time in every creative person’s life when they start making professional work, and usually right before that is when they get an important sentence repeatedly knocked into them by their bosses, contracts or lawyers: Don’t Steal Other People’s Work. Don’t copy and paste, don’t rephrase or reshape, don’t even think about any[…]
Prada, Lufthansa, the New York subway system, American Airlines, push (yes on doors), and Jeep all have something in common; they all use the Helvetica font. The list goes on, I was amazed to find out how many words we see everyday from brands to ads, webpages to signs on the streets that use Helvetica.[…]
How we network as individuals and within groups has changed with time and technologies, and with such change appear advantages and disadvantages that are being studied to determine how the future of networking would look like. In the book Networked:The New Social Operating System, authors Lee Rainie and Barry Wellman discuss the three major revolutions that[…]
Research Proposal: Is Extended Consumption of Social Media Linked to Anxiety Among Teens and Young Adults?
Instant connections. That’s what new age social media promises us; we will always be connected to each other, to strangers, to our networks, and to our ideas. But with the incredible rise of the use of digital social networks that took place in the last few years, people have come to rely more on their[…]
Studying art is not an easy task to define, mostly because most people think being an artist has more to do with talent than school and books. Being talented is important, but then again there are millions of talented people around the world, how can any of them set themselves apart by studying art? When[…]
If you have been living here on this planet during the last few decades, chances are you played a video game or a hundred. And if you haven’t been told you should play less video games and do something useful, then you said it to others. But here is the twist: if you look[…]