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Online portfolio of Tristan Weis

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Climascope

Climascope is an interactive weather app for Android phones.
You can download it for free via Play Store (sadly, the app is not availible at the moment) or visit the Climascope website.

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Bauhaus Vorkurs

Back to basics – Bauhaus Vorkurs was a course that taught absolutely fundamental approaches of layout and design. Far from any glossy, fully loaded or extremely polished formats it helped me to comprehend the first principles to follow while working on graphic projects.
The class was divided in eight subjects, beginning with the simple point and closing with fonts and text.

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Processing

Completing an introductional course on programming with Processing I made various sketches. These little programs mostly feature space, sound, colors and patterns.

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Design for action

Design for Action was a course I attended in my third semester. It was all about the process of designing interfaces, testing and improving them. Along with a lot of theoretical readings and practical exercises, we had to form groups and come up with own ideas. We built paper prototypes and tested our designs on various people while exerting the techniques we learned before.

My group tested a desktop-like system for placing bookmarks, a bookmark wall (Firefox later used a similar system for the tab-groups-feature).

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Beyond the book – Libridge

What will the library of the future look like? I tried to create a concept, that combines reading with the aspects of the social web, especially for students and teachers.

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Multimedia programming with Flash

Here are a few flash applications I programmed in the second semester. They’re mostly games and one sort-of-an-animated-music-flash-video for the song Gefeuert by Philipp Stegmüller.
Just play around and have fun!

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Hometab

This is another work I’ve done in my first semester. It was part of the introduction to my program of study, where we had to choose a professorship and work on a small project in the associated environment. My ‘hometab’ mock-up was of course part of my introduction to Interface Design. Even if it’s very outdated by now (I made this in 2010, which is ages ago in internet time), I still like its functions.

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