Imagine for a second you were transposed into the karmic driven world of Earl. This is the world where a code web design platform is a breeding ground for web flow.
“If Life Were Like Web Design,” by the creative production company Where Buffalo revolves, takes viewers through a variety of scenarios of how life would be different through a digital web design lens, such as walking through a door and doing its work. An annoying update due to not. Or everyone dresses the same because of the cookie cutter design. Or the cup disappears due to bad alignment. You guessed it: everything is complicated by engineering.
“It’s a place for designers, but anyone who has ever tried to build a website or use subpar software will find it,” said the director. Brian L. Perkins Said in a statement. “Bad software won’t let you do even the simplest things. It breaks your brain. If the real world works like this, you’ll go crazy. So, the message is, you don’t have to live like that.” – Webflow removes insensitive barriers, so smart people can create scary things.
Perkins and where Buffalo Room worked on the list of pain points with Webflow, the software solves it for designers and works in this script. The design was deliberately monochromatic and the special effects mimicked computer errors, while the actors maintained a physical balance with a dry humor.
“We had a lot of fun on set with the cast and crew, as we kept trying to dial the perfect dry reaction in an office that no longer adheres to the principles of physics and reason,” Perkins said.
VP Marketing: Ashley Broker Stephen.
Director of Content and Communications: Mesha Van.
Director of Development Marketing: Tim Delerimple.
Director of Design: David Huang
Design Manager: Ryan Miashi.
Production Company: Where Buffalo Room (WTBR) / Auckland, CA.
Director / Writer: Brian L. Perkins
Executive Producer: Tim Perez.
Producer: Emma Jobinsky.
Designer: Tuesday McGowan.
Animator: Jack Prevar.
Post Producer: Mike Schultz.
Where Shot: Half Moon Bay, CA.
Post Production + Editorial: WTBR
Editor: Jonathan Flox.
VFX Company: WTBR
VFX Supervisor / Flame Artist: Simon Mobre.
Color maker: MFD.
Sound designer and mixer: Blake Aaron Henderson.