Photo styling for Spring 2016 cover and inside spread of Research Horizons printed magazine and web issue. Story involves new ways to harvest energy from unlikely places. Photography by Rob Felt.
Holiday greeting for Georgia Tech executive leadership, both video and printed cards.
Various projects for Georgia Institute of Technology, produced 2013-2016.
Motion Graphic Design - Melanie Goux
Photography - Rob Felt
Videography - Maxwell Guberman
Holiday greeting for Georgia Institute of Technology. Project included video greeting for campus and social media distribution, and matching printed holiday cards for President and executive leadership. Photography by Rob Felt.
Photo illustrations for cover and inside spread of Summer 2015 issue of Research Horizons Magazine and website, Georgia Tech's premier research news publication.
Brand design, digital ID design and animation, web graphic elements, and print collateral materials for Independent Cinema, a new production and distribution company based in Los Angeles, CA.
Public Service Announcement for Georgia Tech. Produced for air during nationally televised NCAA sporting events. Special thanks to Georgia Tech faculty members: Lew Lefton, Peter Ludovice, Jennifer Leavey, and Edwin Greco.
Brand identity design for Georgia Institute of Technology. Produced January 2015. This initial project exploration set the tone, direction, and theme for all subsequent elements produced for this campaign.
With the recent closing of national Stonewall, a renewed emphasis is being placed on all state level affiliate organizations. Below is a branding scheme deployed for Georgia Stonewall, formerly Atlanta Stonewall, that has been made available to state level organizations. The package includes: brand design, website design, social media, online store and print collateral.
ProGeorgia is the newest addition to the progressive political scene in Georgia, and is a state affiliate of The State Voices Network. The Board of ProGeorgia is comprised of Executive Directors from progressive organizations throughout the state. In addition to facilitating intra-organization communication, the new identity package helps foster donor confidence, while lending credibility to this new organization within the community.
Television by Design, Inc. is an award winning motion graphic design and consulting firm. From 1983 - 2013, we created distinctive on-air, web and print identities and memorable news, program, advertising and industrial presentations. Our work has been shown in over 100 television markets in the US, Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico. As a founding member, TVbD has been my passion and career. See 30 years of demos here and a full client list here.
Co-authored by Melanie Goux and James A. Houff, On Screen, In Time: Transitions in Motion Graphic Design for Film, Television & New Media, was published in 2003 by RotoVision UK, and translated into six languages for international distribution.
Few disciplines can capture our attention and imagination as effectively as motion graphic design—and few are as seductive both to designers and viewers. Through interviews with top international motion graphic designers, and examples of their work from the turn of the 21st century, this book brings a global perspective to the creative innovations at the cutting edge of motion graphics, and the challenges facing the industry.
Visit the micro site at onscreenintime.tv
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Oil on canvas portraits painted 2012-2013
Posters created between 2008-2014
The Democratic Women’s Council was founded in 2002, but the combined experience of political activism of the women on their board is well over a century. The organization is multi-generational, and is placing a renewed emphasis on attracting younger women through the use of social and online media. Project scope included: brand identity design, website design, print collateral, social media design, and swag.
Story and concept boards for various projects.
Brand and video identity package for Adult Digital Distraction program block, aired on G4 television network.