Languages Courses

In partner work, we created a promotional film for the language courses at Flensburg University of Applied Sciences during the post production module at university as the module’s assignment. We first created static key images in Illustrator and then animated those in After Effects. The film tells about why people may think about choosing a language course. For example, a language can open up a whole new world for someone, because it is always linked to the people and thus the culture. Thinking in a different language is different, too, which we reflect by using two different color schemes that fade into each other.

I was responsible for most of the graphic design as well as parts of the story and the animation.

Scope
Graphic Design
Motion Graphics
Used tools
Adobe Illustrator
Adobe After Effects
Time Frame
Dec 2019–Mar 2020
Project Type
University Assignment
Team Members
Thorben Dusenstahl
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About me

My (real) name is Lukas Obermann and I’m 24 years old. Currently I am a student of Applied Computer Science (M.Sc.) at Flensburg University of Applied Sciences and I’ve done my B. Sc. in Media Informatics at the same university.

I’ve been using JavaScript and TypeScript for a few years now and recently started to use ReasonML and OCaml. I am a big fan of React and related libraries as well as functional programming techniques.

On the design side, I use the Adobe CC software on a regular basis, especially InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator and XD. I use it for basically all projects you can find on this page – as well as the page itself.

When I’m not working, I really enjoy playing pen-and-paper games and playing the piano.