How can we make people interested in Korean alphabet, Hangul? A question 'how Hangul would look like to the foreigners?' crossed our minds. We figured out how people perceive Hangul as a form of art rather than a systematic language; Lines, dashes, and dots.
The first step you get to face when learning a new language would be writing your name in its language. Project Hiut allows people to easily make their names into the Korean alphabet and experience the language in an enjoyable way.
Since Hangul can be seen as an assembly of graphic shapes, we designed various Hangul-customized interactive motion filters. Through playing with those interactive design system, users can experience the beauty of Hangul.
Hangul in Motion is the second project of Project Hiut which explores the vividness of the Korean Alphabet. This time, we wanted to explore it more by assembling and disassembling each letter from the shape level and giving them movements.