Example of a 3D Architectural Visualisation in Exeter, Devon

This is an example of a 3D waiting room visualisation design (Based on Exeter International in Devon). I decided to put this design together to learn more about lighting setups in interior designs.

To make sure the exact measurements of a real life airport was implemented I decided to download an airport blueprint. From here, the design of the airport was then put together using my imagination such as where the seats were positioned, the shape and colour of them and where the signs should be placed. To add to the realism of the design static pictures of humans were seamlessly dropped in to enhance the visualisation of the airport design.

I really enjoyed this project and it was nice to jump back into some 3D interior designs.

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Dean recently created an excellent animated logo for my website, Bude & Beyond (www.budeandbeyond.co.uk). What I never realised at the outset was how much time, effort, discussion, creativity and dedication goes into producing a logo. After an initial discussion, Dean created many versions, in different colour schemes and formats, which he also animated. He sought appropriate feedback and went the extra mile to ensure that the colours and design were absolutely spot on. I was very impressed at his determination to get it right and to re-create and adapt until both he and I were both very happy with the final result.

So, I’d say Dean’s major strength is communication. I’m not IT-focused, but I appreciate a good-looking website/logo, so it really helps that he is able to discuss ideas in a friendly and accessible way, without over-use of jargon. He explains things well, and will interpret ideas in a client-focused way. He is extremely responsive, so wait times are very short. He listens to his client and creates ideas based on what he hears/understands. He checks all along the way (wording, colours, images, positioning) and will ask: what if we try this? He is also very open to constructive comments. Therefore, he provides plenty of guided choice.

I’m rather proud to now have a Dean Wronowski animated logo already in use on my social media and ready for my website (currently undergoing a major revamp). Dean’s designs are his trademark. Fresh, colourful and lively, they always try to encompass the nature of the product he is working with.

He is a remarkable talent which Bude is fortunate to have

Dawn Robinson - Bude and Beyond