Diploma in Media Production and Design (DMPD)

#youhaveachoice

#YouHaveAChoice

Transmedia

Project Team:

NUR NABILAHUDA BTE SUFFIAN, NURFARAHIN BINTE SHAMSUL HAIZAN, NURAQILAH BTE JUHARI, NUREEN ISTIQAMAH AYUNIE BINTE ABDUL KARIM, PUTERI NURFARAH AIN BTE MGT A

#YouHaveAChoice is an online campaign designed for the Singapore Police Force. The campaign’s purpose is to educate Singaporeans on the consequences of being involved with Unlicensed Money Lending (UML). Through a series of webisodes, design collaterals, interactive posters, campaign videos, campaign interviews, a website, and social media posts, the campaign guides Singaporeans in making wise decisions when it comes to UML. The campaign encourages users to make their choices at the end of each webisode with prompts that allow them to decide how the story develops.

@samantha

@Samantha

Video Production

Project Team:

WONG PIN HAO, ERFAN DANIAL B KASMADI, RAMON GOH SHU LONG, KIMI TENG WAN XIN, YOONG KUOK WEN, JARED

@Samantha is a coming-of-age short film produced for MeWatch’s (previously known as Toggle) Young Creator Project series. The film targets young adults who are exposed to the culture of the internet to help them understand the possible repercussions of sharing personal content online. The visual treatment includes often-used social media platforms and elements of technological advancements so as to make the film’s content relatable to the audience.

9th Avenue

9th ave.

Transmedia

Project Team:

NURUL ATIQAH BINTE KHAIRIL AZHAR, NUR AMIRAH BTE NAZRI, ARMAN NORHAKIM B NAZARUDIN, SITI IZZAH SARAH BINTE ZAINOL, MUHAMMAD NOOR MUHAKIK B ZAINAL

The purpose of this project is to create an immersive and enjoyable dining experience for 9th ave. , a training restaurant located in Republic Polytechnic. The team uses digital media to modernise the restaurant’s experience for tech-savvy customers. The project consists of recreating 9th ave.’s menu so that it looks like it is on the cutting-edge of technology and creating a series of motion graphics that are displayed on the outside and inside of the restaurant.

30 days

30 Days

Video Production

Project Team:

CLARICE TAN, REGINA PEREIRA D/O STEVEN PEREIRA, SITI NUR ALAWIAH BTE SULAIMAN, NURULAIN BTE AZMAN, NUR DIANA BTE NGADIA

In collaboration with Honour Singapore, the short 15-minute film 30 Days sheds light on values such as patience and kindness during puasa, or fasting, in the month of Ramadan. The film depicts the journey of a young boy who loves food, but has to abstain from eating and drinking during the period of Ramadan. On his journey, the boy learns these values in the most unexpected way.

Be Frank With Frank

Be Frank with Frank

AR / VR

Project Team:

AIDIL YASSIN B MOHAMAD FAISAL, CELESTIAL YU LEEN, LIM YAN HUI, OWEN, GOH ZHI NING JERMAINE

Be Frank with Frank is an augmented reality (AR) trail for the National Gallery of Singapore. It is designed for Secondary school students. Frank is a bubbly character based on the actual architect of the Former Supreme Court (now converted to the National Gallery). He helps to educate the audience on the different features in the Gallery through codes that are strategically placed in the physical space of the museum. Once the codes are scanned using one’s mobile phone, an animated Frank will appear.

Candy

Candy

Video Production

Project Team:

TAN MIAOW LUAN, CHANG RONG YI, REGINA LIM XIN RONG, LEE JUN KANG KEITH

In collaboration with Honour Singapore, the film Candy depicts the unbreakable bond between a pair of sisters. The story is inspired by the actual experiences of the writer when the elder sibling, though burdened with responsibilities, goes to great lengths to protect her younger sibling. This film aims to remind viewers of the selfless acts of their loved ones and to motivate the former to honour these special people in their lives. This is in line with Honour Singapore’s vision of cultivating the act of honouring.

Caretaker

管 家 (Caretaker)

Video Production

Project Team:

CYRUS OH SHAOYI, SWATHIKA D/O BALASUBRAMANIAM, NABIHAH MOHAMED ASHROF MOTOSIR, NOOR IMRAN B MOHD HARUN

In collaboration with Honour Singapore, 管家 (Caretaker) is a short film exploring the many unspoken and thankless individuals whom have played a part in shaping the lessons that give meaning to our childhood. Inspired by a personal story, the film examines the relationship between a young boy and his older, more traditional auntie and how a shared experience could be the bridge that brings two very different people together.

Copthorne Kings

Copthorne King’s Hotel Singapore

Transmedia

Project Team:

KHOO YA YU JOEY, MAYUYU DAPHNE ELIZABETH ANNE ONG LI LIN, LIM PEI RONG, JASMINE, LIM KE XIN, MAYA LOH YOKE LENG

The main objective of this project is to promote Copthorne King’s Hotel Singapore, and to attract a new target audience of couples and families. Through the use of a series of short narrative videos, and fun, colourful design collaterals, the team takes a different approach to showcase the hotel’s rooms, facilities, and restaurant; thereby presenting the hotel not only as family friendly but as an accessible and convenient way to spend time together with family and loved ones.

Griin

Griin

Graphic Design

Project Team:

HUDA BTE ZAINALABIDEN, GILLIAN LOW JING HUI, CHUA JIA MEI, TARA NG

The project Griin addresses the lack of motivation and discipline that Singaporeans have in their efforts to enjoy a sustainable lifestyle. Griin is a mobile application that provides a platform for those who are looking to build sustainability into their daily lives. It has a Growth Tracker function which encourages users to make sustainable choices and to cultivate better habits. The Griin Collector further urges people to make a difference by actively participating in the act of recycling.

In conclusion

In Conclusion

Graphic Design

Project Team:

JOAN LIM KAI TING, TEO WAI CHIN, SHERWIN, TOH XIN YUE, TAN ZOEY

The purpose of the campaign, In Conclusion, is to raise awareness among the youth of the need to plan for one’s life, knowing full well that there might be an unknown end point. Through a series of short videos, a set of design collaterals, and interactive content created for relevant social media platforms, the campaign aims to get the audience to look at the bigger picture when it comes to their lives - to get them to start planning, and to take action.

Lets get paddling

Let’s Get Paddling!

Video Production

Project Team:

HAFIZ B IBRAHIM, LOOI LESLEY, SABRINA WONG XIN YING, CHEE WEN JING JACELYN, WONG YUE XIN, NOELLE

Plain Jane Production’s Let’s Get Paddling! aims to help the Singapore Canoe Federation garner attention and interest for canoeing from the public, and especially the youth, through a set of collaterals. The project’s deliverables include a myriad of collaterals for several platforms including illustrations, brochures, a short film and even an exciting 360 video experience of what it is like to paddle out into a local reservoir.

Marsiling Tunnel

Marsiling Tunnel

AR / VR

Project Team:

TAN JOON YONG, BRYAN, ASAAHI HANIIYAH BTE MOHAMMED ALI, JARREL TEO MENG KIAT, MUHAMMAD IZZ HIRZAN B MOHD NASIR, MUHAMMAD KHAIRUL JAZLI B J

Supported by the National Heritage Board of Singapore, the project promotes the Marsiling Tunnel in an informative and engaging way. The transmedia campaign includes an interactive video, a virtual reality video, a website, and also collaterals to allow the audience to be totally immersed in the wonders of the tunnel from the comfort of their own homes.

Playhouse

Playhouse

Transmedia

Project Team:

SHALYNNA BTE JOHARI, PANG ZHI YI, NUR SABRINA BTE ASBULLAH, REKHA RAYAR D/O SELVASINGAM, TANG KA LUN

This project is produced in conjunction with St. Andrew’s Autism School to help their Special Educational Needs students learn social skills in navigating  social scenarios, visual comprehension issues and social skills - ultimately helping to enrich the lives of these students in the long run. Through an application designed by STA students together with two videos, the St Andrew’s students learn through fun experiences such as making choices based on certain behaviours in specific scenarios, and in the process discover the consequences of these same choices and behaviours.

Struggles

Struggles

Video Production

Project Team:

JUSTIN TAN JIA HAO, CHAN XING PING, BEH ZI HUI FELICIA, CHUA YU TYNG

The short film, Struggles, is a 10-minute short film produced for MeWatch’s (previously known as Toggle) Young Creator Project series. The film showcases a journey of growth for a student who has always been sheltered by his mother but now tries to help her in his own way. The story deals with the challenges the youth face daily in their quests to achieve the results their parents expect from them.

Take time to take care

Take Time to Take Care

Video Production

Project Team:

NASREEN BTE MALIK, LENG JIA YEE, CHELSEA TAN LI JIA, YAN JIA XI

Supported by the Workplace Safety and Health Council (WSHC) and based on their current campaign, the transmedia project Take Time to Care specifically targets personnel in nursing homes. The purpose of the project is to bring about care and concern from nursing staff for their co-workers, and to inculcate in the former a need for a change in mind-set and behaviours. Through a series of short videos, design collaterals and Instagram content, the campaign puts emphasis on the importance of workplace safety and an equal emphasis for one to help those who might be unknowingly putting themselves at risk.

The Light House

The Lighthouse

Video Production

Project Team:

ARAGON MARIENNE LOUISE MARTIN, NUR DINI SYAZWANI BINTE AZMY, MARK JHOMEL VICTORIANO YAP, CHIEW YUE JUN JONAS, DOMINIC CHUA YANG WEI

In collaboration with Honour Singapore, the short film, The Lighthouse, documents the lifework of Ms Mastura Rashid Khan Surattee, a Special Needs Educator who started a school to support students with special needs. We see the difficulties faced on the job and her journey towards becoming an effective facilitator for her students. The documentary highlights her qualities as a person and helps the audience understand that with every special needs child, there is always an individual nurturing his or her growth. The Lighthouse honours the educator’s strength, dedication, and compassion, and the film shows how she is an advocate for all special needs educators like herself.