Yugo Nakamura

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Yugo Nakamura
Born 1970
Nara, Japan
Residence Shinagawa, Tokyo
Nationality Japanese
Other names Yugop
Alma mater The University of Tokyo
Occupation Creative Director
Interactive Designer
Engineer
Website
www.yugop.com

Yugo Nakamura (born in 1970 in Nara, Japan) is a Japanese web designer.[1] Yugo studied engineering, architecture and landscape design.[2] He is one of the authors of New Masters Of Flash (2003).[3] Yugo has exhibited and lectured in Asia, United States, and Europe. His artwork has been shown at Center Pompidou in Paris, Vienna Künstlerhaus in Vienna, and the Design Museum in London.[4] His commercial works have received many international awards, including Cannes Lions, One Show, Clio Award, and NY ADC.[5] He utilizes mathematics underlying natural complexity to create online interactions that are usable and familiar because their behavior is modeled on the natural world.[6]

Books and publications[edit]

  • 2004 Creative Code / John Maeda - Thames & Hudson
  • 2003 +81(Vol.24) - +81
  • 2003 Sugo - Sugo
  • 2003 JPG - Actar Editorial
  • 2003 TIME Magazine - TIME
  • 2002 SPOON - Phaidon
  • 2001 72 DPI - Die Gestalten Verlag
  • 2001 New Master of Flash 2 - friends of ED
  • 2001 Gasbook 10 - DesignExchange
  • 2001 WDA 2001 - GRAPHIC
  • 2000 Moving Type - Digital Media Design
  • 2000 New Master of Flash - friends of ED
  • 2000 Gasbook 8 - DesignExchange
  • 2000 Big 26 : Tradition - Big Magazine

Awards[edit]

  • 2007 Tokyo Interactive Ad Awards - Gold - UNIQLO USA
  • 2007 Cannes Cyber Lion - Silver - UNIQLO USA
  • 2007 OneShow - Silver - UNIQLO USA
  • 2006 Cannes Cyber Lion - Gold - Communication Evolved
  • 2006 Tokyo Interactive Ad Awards - Gold - Communication Evolved
  • 2006 OneShow - Silver - Communication Evolved
  • 2006 Clio Awards - Bronze - Communication Evolved
  • 2006 Cannes Cyber Lion - Silver - Honda Sweet Mission
  • 2006 Tokyo Interactive Ad Awards - Silver - Honda Sweet Mission
  • 2005 Prix Ars Electronica - Distinctive Merit - yugop.com
  • 2005 Cannes Cyber Lion - Gold - FM Festival 2004
  • 2005 Tokyo Interactive Ad Awards - Gold - FM Festival 2004
  • 2005 NY ADC Distinctive Merit - FM Festival 2004
  • 2005 Clio Awards - Silver - FM Festival 2004
  • 2005 One Show Interactive - Silver - FM Festival 2004
  • 2004 Cannes Cyber Lion - Grand Prix - ecotonoha
  • 2004 One Show Interactive - Best of Show - ecotonoha
  • 2004 One Show Interactive - Grand Clio - ecotonoha
  • 2004 LIAA - Grand Prix - ecotonoha
  • 2004 Clio Awards - Gold - ecotonoha
  • 2004 Clio Awards - Gold - ecotonoha
  • 2004 Tokyo Interactive Ad Awards - Silver - ecotonoha
  • 2004 ACA Media Arts Festival - Short List - ecotonoha
  • 2004 Tokyo Interactive Ad Awards - Grand Prix - TRUNK
  • 2003 Tokyo Interactive Ad Awards - Grand Prix - CAMCAMTIME
  • 2003 One Show Interactive - Gold - CAMCAMTIME
  • 2003 NY ADC Distinctive Merit - CAMCAMTIME
  • 2003 ACA Media Arts Festival - Excellence Prize - CAMCAMTIME
  • 2002 LIAA - Short List - Connected_Identity
  • 2002 ACA Media Arts Festival - Excellence Prize - Sky Pavilion
  • 2001 Cannes Lions - Short List - Sky Pavilion
  • 2001 WDA 2001 - Special Prize - Connected_Identity

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Shift Magazine". Retrieved 2008-09-25. 
  2. ^ "Yugo Nakamura". Retrieved 2008-09-25. 
  3. ^ Nakamura, Yugo (2002-01-01). New Masters of Flash. friends of ED. ISBN 1-59059-209-3. [dead link]
  4. ^ "Design Museum: Yugo Nakamura". Retrieved 2008-09-25. 
  5. ^ "Annual Environmental Report 2005". Retrieved 2008-09-25. [dead link]
  6. ^ "Seed Magazine #15". Retrieved 2006-07-07. 

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