Modulo Three was a response
to a university brief that required students to produce a typographic
piece based on the theme of ‘Three Minutes’. I chose to produce a
kinetic typeface, which could be programmed to transition between
letters of the alphabet and could also be manipulated by the user.
produced a Flash microsite too, which contained two separate specimens
of the typeface. The first transitioned between each letter in the
alphabet over a period of three minutes, while the second displayed the
entire alphabet all at once.
The final typeface is unique because
the letter forms are generated at run-time and are therefore completely
random. They never appear completely static either, as the particles
that compose each letter are constantly animated.