Although you can’t see it in print, this is no ordinary flat and static homepage. View it on your phone, tablet or computer screen, and you discover a dynamic, moving, 3D diorama, mixing up various elements of the movie in an evocative and atmospheric manner. (1) A 3D knife serves the function of a Thrombey family tree. (2) Ornamental pieces on the homepage are populated with family portraits; clicking on them links through to more information on each character. (3) The main navigation for the website. Clicking here opens a panel with the various site destinations: Gallery, Posters, Commentary, Accolades, Shop, etc. (4) A rotating carousel links through to various features and sections within, and outside, the site. (5) A call to action prompts users to scroll down the page, to reveal more of the scene and other characters. (6) The full 3D scene with a LUT applied for accurate colouring and blurring, to show the depth of it all.
Based in Portland, Oregon, Oblio is a digital studio specialising in the use of digital technologies as design tools. Its award-winning team of inventors, artists, designers and developers has worked on countless projects, including over 50 major motion picture campaigns, so was the perfect fit for Lionsgate. Here, Oblio’s art director Cody Staudenmier and senior developer Scott Agrimson explain how they brought their client’s vision to life.
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