Inside the graphic design of ‘Watch Dogs’

Sometimes it’s easy to forget just how much work goes into modern, blockbuster video games and movies. 

Open world games like Watch Dogs, in particular, have an incredible amount of detail, and one graphic designer involved with the project has peeled back the layer just a bit to bring attention to oft-overlooked details.

Alexander Karpazis, of Ubisoft, worked with a 25-man team to design 2D elements of the game, including everything from menus and icons to the hacking interface and the custom smartphone OS used by the main character.

He’s published a brief rundown of his work on Watch Dogs over on his Behance page.




Source: The Verge - Read the original article here

Author: Daily Tech Whip

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