We designed a new responsive web-based tool for Blue Lucy, the ‘Producer Portal’. The application has a touch-friendly, easy-to-use UI for video producers to review, comment on, and approve clips on a laptop or tablet wherever they are. Producers are able to easily set IN and OUT points to comment on specific sequences within clips, and the app can be configured to send the notes and approval / rejection notification to various end points, including the BLAM (Blue Lucy Asset Manager).
We redesigned the UI for SportsData’s web application ‘Skills2Achieve’ to make it more usable and bring it’s visual style up to date. A main focus of the project was redesigning the data visualisations in the reporting section of the app. We started from the ground up, designing and developing completely custom data visualisation tools based around the data itself.
The app tracks pupils’ progress in various physical activities throughout their primary education and creates detailed reports. These help teachers to understand and help pupils based on their individual talents and needs.
As an update to their Content Agent UI which we previously designed, we created a new way of visualising video assets for Root6.
This representation of a media file gives users an at-a-glance overview of the make-up of the file, including it’s memory size, dimensions, format, bit-rate, FPS and detailed audio information, and much more.
We worked closely with the technical video experts at Root6 in order to design the best visual representations of the different types of data, and feel we have filled a previous gap in the ability of media software to describe these complex files in human-readable terms.
In a departure from the clean and simple style of previous IBC stands we’ve designed for Blue Lucy, we went for a Pop art concept for 2016’s show. Taking a cue from the name of their flagship software product the BLAM (Blue Lucy Asset Manager), we designed a pop art inspired stand to grab the attention of jaded exhibition-goers. Blue Lucy have reported back to us that the design certainly worked in that respect, with a lot of passing visitors stopping by and many comments on the radical change of style. Further expansion of the BLAM-in-a-can concept are in the works…