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In the programming world, printing “Hello, world!” as the first step in learning a language has become an implicit rule. Greetings successfully printed on the screen always give us a sense of exhilaration and joy. This message, which seemed to speak to the world, became an essential sentence in our experiments. If you translate it into the language of the country you are related to, “Hej Verden! (Denmark)”, “Hallo Welt! (Germany)”, “안녕 세계!” Or “Annyeoung Segye! (Korea)”, we created a group name called Hej Hello Hallo Annyeong that combines all these greetings, and the abbreviated HHHA is used as the group’s abbreviation.

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《Alphabet Project》 is a project that extracts random words every two weeks, interprets the words through the eyes of each project participant, and then unpacks them in digital language (code) and visualizes them.

HHHA Randomword Generator
This project is sponsored by whatreallymatters.
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《Hej Hello Hallo Annyeong》 (hereafter referred to as HHHA) is a study group where female creators gather to share and explore web-based works, starting with the first meeting on January 29, 2021. The members of HHHA, who are Naree Shin, Dahyun Hwang, Yeoleum Yun, Yunseo Go, Eunju Hong, Jungsu Park, Chowon Kim, Gahyun Kim live in various places such as Germany, Denmark, and Korea. HHHA was founded by online communication in the era of COVID -19. In the untact era that began in 2020, surviving in Western culture as an Asian woman has become a very difficult task for us, and accessing networks and virtual worlds for social activities has become indispensable. In a situation where gender inequality and racial inequality is worsening, we are working together on the net to break down barriers and communicate with each other.

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Audience

[ˈɔːdiəns]
the group of people who have gathered to watch or listen to something

Time span:
07.03.2021 ⏤ 21.03

〈Audience〉
Rotating Audience

Naree
Shin

〈Audience〉
A grid that responds with visuals and sounds to the mouse

Dahyun
Hwang

〈Audience〉
A grid that responds with visuals and sounds to the mouse

Dahyun
Hwang

〈Audience〉
An interactive Venus

Yeoleum
Yun

〈Audience〉
The Mouseover Audience

Sungeun
Park

〈Audience〉
The audience watching me and me watching the audience

Jieun
Kim

Birthday

[ |bɜːrθdeɪ ]
the day in each year which is the same date as the one on which you were born

Time span:
21.03.2021 ⏤ 05.04

〈Birthday〉
A website that shows GIFs related to the word “Birthday” using Giphy’s API

Yeoleum
Yun

〈Birthday〉
Birthday' letters responding to mouse click

Naree
Shin

〈Birthday〉
Variable font animation that responds to cursor movements and mouse click

Dahyun
Hwang

〈Birthday〉
QQWQ means Happy birthday

Jieun
Kim

Coincidence

[ koʊ|ɪnsɪdəns ]
the fact of two things happening at the same time by chance, in a surprising way

Time span:
05.04.2021 ⏤ 26.04

〈Coincidence〉
Responsive windows that change letters and sizes randomly with each mouse click

Dahyun
Hwang

〈Coincidence〉
Slot machine. 'Just-a-coincidence'

Yeoleum
Yun

〈Coincidence〉
graphical coincidence that is randomly generated by the computer every 3 seconds

Naree
Shin

〈Coincidence〉
graphical coincidence generated by the computer every second

Naree
Shin

Divorce

[ dɪˈvɔːrs ]
the legal ending of a marriage

Time span:
28.07.2021 ⏤ 15.08

〈Divorce Story〉
Every divorce has its own story. Their physical distance on the screen means their distance of mind. They continue to drift apart and reach divorce. If you want to see their story, resize the browser!

Chowon
Kim

〈7.3%〉
The number of total families in the Republic of Korea, 2019 is 20,891. And the number of single-parent families is 1,529. Its ratio is 7.3%.

Jungsu
Park

〈Divorce is not the end of the world〉
Divorce is another beginning. It is one of the things that should be celebrated as it is a turning point in someone's life. The good memories become small pieces and remain somewhere. In the hope of a happy start, I made colorful congratulatory texts appear when you mouse over to scratch the web like a lottery ticket.

Dahyun
Hwang

〈DEAD LOVE SONGS〉
“I promise to be true to you, until death do us part.” The promise breaks with the divorce paper. When the mouse is over the tombstones, the love songs play. The ones which used to promise eternity.

Eunju
Hong

〈Each set should be divorced〉
I focused on the meaning of 'separation'. Gravity is created and boundaries disappeared at every click so the particles ran wild. Even though the boundaries collapse, I hope that all the sets, groups and categories would maintain each space for peace and quiet.

Gahyun
Kim

〈Frames for new life〉
Divorce is a frame that contains one moment of life. Also, it means the prelude to a new life. By scrolling, you can see the people walking in a different direction in the roll-films. Celebrate their steps for the new road, for hoping they make another movie!

Yunseo
Go

〈Wall between the two〉
When you click the mouse, the conflict between each other is expressed as bricks laid. When all the bricks are stacked, the shutter door slides and closes.

Sujin
Jung

Enlarge

[ ɪn|lɑːrdʒ ]
to make something bigger; to become bigger

Time span:
24.05.2021 ⏤ 07.06

〈Mountains beyond mountains with scrolling〉
If you go into the mountains beyond mountains, you will find a big unknown world that ordinary people do not know. I interpreted the word "Enlarge" as the concept of expanding into a larger world by looking into things that I felt well known.

Dahyun
Hwang

〈Pollution by mouse clicks〉
We live in an era where fake news from unknown sources spreads rapidly. I thought that mouse clicks could create pollution. Because fake news spread with thousands of mouse clicks that continues to leave traces. So I tried to express this digital pollution with smoke images. I worked after thinking about the meaning of “enlarge” in a broader meaning such as ‘to spread/ swell’.

Naree
Shin

Fool

[ fuːl ]
a person who you think behaves or speaks in a way that lacks intelligence or good judgement

Time span:
10.05.2021 ⏤ 24.05

〈Fool〉
Foolish web showing an unreadable joke

Dahyun
Hwang

〈Fool〉
Mirroring the line by flipping the entire canvas

Yeoleum
Yun

〈Fool〉
The fool on the wall

Naree
Shin

Guide

[ ɡaɪd ]
a person who shows other people the way to a place

Time span:
21.03.2022 ⏤ 04.04.2022

〈Donuts〉
Three messy guides for three donuts.

Eunju
Hong

〈Manual Storage〉
I made the Web Manual Storage with the manuals that piled up somewhere in my home. You can download each manual as a PDF file by clicking on it.

Naree
Shin

〈Care Label〉
Sound on! 🔈 Random clothing management labels that are randomly generated on the screen. Observe the correlation between label location, text, and tape measure! 🔍

Yunseo
Go

〈Title〉
Text

Dahyun
Hwang

Herb

[ɜːrb; hɜːrb]
a plant whose leaves, flowers or seeds are used to add taste to food, in medicines or for their pleasant smell.

Time span:
29.11.2021 ⏤ 19.12

〈Infinite herb generator〉
Herbs grow from similar green stem, and their different shapes of the leaves and flowers create diverse flavor and scent. A web-based herb generator where mouse trails make stems and random leaves and flowers appear by mouse clicks.

Eunju
Hong

〈Herb In a bottle〉
Is these herb inside the bottle or outside the bottle? It depends on your hand.

Jungsu
Park

Including

[ɪnˈkluːdɪŋ]
having something as part of a group or set

Time span:
25.10.2021 ⏤ 07.11

〈Words that include me〉
There may be more words that can describe me, but I wrote down only a few words that come to mind right away. But like crumpled typography, I often live without even my little taste...

Naree
Shin

〈onigiri〉
What's inside the onigiri?

Gahyun
Kim

Journal

[ ˈdʒɜːrnl ]
to go somewhere to spend time with(someone, such as a friend or relative)

Time span:
27.02.2022 ⏤ 07.02.2022

〈Adventure of cookies〉
Due to these lovely trackers recording my visited website information, my Instagram is full of ads I always wanted. Red circles are the sites I visited and blue circles are the trackers who tracked me through the sites I visited.

Jungsu
Park

〈The Timeline of News headlines〉
heck issues from the calendar.

Yunseo
Go

〈Today’s weird journal〉
When I was young, I had to write daily journal for my homework, and I only changed some words within a similar set sentence structure to finish it as soon as possible. This weird journal is completed by simply changing the words. You can also draw something on the page with mouse movement.

Dahyun
Hwang

Kid

[ ˈkɪd ]
a young person

Time span:
04.04.2022 ⏤ 25.04.2022

Layout

[ ˈleɪaʊt ]
the way in which the parts of something such as the page of a book, a website, a garden or a building are arranged

Time span:
07.03.2022 ⏤ 21.03.2022

〈Unwritten〉
Same content with different layouts (Natasha Bedingfield - Unwritten)

Jungsu
Park

〈Beyond the Tools〉
We use so many tools dozens of times a day. For efficiency, how about living in a world where all the tools work together?

Yunseo
Go

〈Dancing Grid〉
Elements that’s dance on your screen?! Based on your control, elements travel across the screen to find its property. Fast switch between the values make the elements look as if they are dancing. Make your own dance with the controller!

Chowon
Kim

〈A journey to find the best layout〉
Place the numbers on their right places and find the best layout.

Dahyun
Hwang

Meeting

[ ˈmiːtɪŋ ]
an occasion when people come together to discuss or decide something

Time span:
08.09.2021 ⏤ 03.10

〈Don’t speak, just make gestures〉
Do you have trouble getting a right timing to ask a question during an online meeting? Do you want to react without interrupting presentation? Now you don't even need to speak, just make gestures!

Dahyun
Hwang

〈Speech color scripter〉
Words disappear the moment when they come out of whose mouths. Here is the recorder that stacks your talks. Build your colorful script by talking on this website. It would color your conversation by extracting the color from the words which are scattered.

Yunseo
Go

〈What is behind that curtain?〉
"It was a large room. Full of people. All kinds. And they had all arrived at the same buidling at more or less the same time. And they were all free. And they were all asking themselves the same question: What is behind that curtain?"

Eunju
Hong

〈I'm trapped in my laptop.〉
During the non-face-to-face meeting lasted for about 2 years, all daily lives were trapped in laptops, monitors, and small boxes.

Naree
Shin

〈Perfect Match〉
We meet and say bye with countless people in our lives. Among the many people we brush by every day, will we be able to recognize our karma? Let's quickly lift through the squares and find a pair of red beads. The perfect pair of red beads among the nunmerous passing beads!

Chowon
Kim

〈FACE BY FACE MEETING〉
We all know that face by face meeting is better than oneline meeting for efficient working.. so we prepared FACE BY FACE MEETING today! Enjoy the participants' dynamic mouse movement.

Jungsu
Park

〈Invitation from HHHA〉
An invitation is required for a meeting to take place. Every Wednesday at 9:00 PM Korean time and 2:00 PM German time A secret meeting in the online world begins. An invitation from a wonderful HHHA gathering to show what you want to express in graphic and web language.

Sujin
Jung

Naked

[ˈneɪkɪd]
not wearing any clothes, not covered by clothing

Time span:
20.12.2021 ⏤ 16.01.2022

〈skin〉
round and round..

Jungsue
Park

〈Naked Glass〉
The ways to see the skin through the seperated glass

Yunseo
Go

〈Naked Village〉
What if the world consist of human skin? I imagined a person walking around a village made of human skin using Unity.

Gahyun
Kim

〈butt window blind〉
The window blinds open and the image of butt is dismantled as if the underwear come off.

Naree
Shin

Organize

[ |ɔːrɡənaɪz ]
to arrange something or the parts of something into a particular order or structure

Time span:
11.08.2021 ⏤ 29.08

〈Ordnungspolizei〉
You'd better avoid the conflict with 'Ordnungspolizei' on the streets in Germany. Based on the calculation of mouse scroll speed, the police officer's face expression changes.

Eunju
Hong

〈connect&organize〉
Have you ever imagined moving digital elements on screen with your physical hand? Pinch two fingers to grab and move the boxes and connect the line to organize the screen!

Chowon
Kim

〈Flatten〉
We will flatten your image!

Jungsu
Park

〈Postfolder〉
The time of writing a letter is the only moment focusing on the receiver. That's why we gather letters rather than throw them away. Here are the public postfolders. If there's anything you haven't said yet, shout it out on this website! There will be your language between the letters in the organized postfolder.

Yunseo
Go

〈How to organize your day〉
A person who “lives with their systems and plans” is called an “organized person”. To do this, we write an efficient plan by adjusting the daily routine on the daily planner. Let’s use the range sliders to plan in a long timeline!

Dahyun
Hwang

〈organize emotions〉
We all have different emotions. If you mouse over each of the jumbled emotions, The names of emotions are displayed in a slide..

Sujin
Jung

Part

[ pɑːrt ]
some but not all of a thing

Time span:
05.07.2021 ⏤ 13.07

Team
collaboration

Team
collaboration

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Reservoir

[ |rezərvwɑː(r) ]
a natural or artificial lake where water is stored before it is taken by pipes to houses, etc.

Time span:
25.06.2021 ⏤ 05.07

Reservoir
Create ripples on the surface

Yeoleum
Yun

〈Reservoir with scrolling〉
The images were arranged in a collage format with the keywords 'collected water, stillness, silence, fishing place'. It can be viewed through the horizontal scroll bar.

Naree
Shin

Sector

[ ˈsektə(r) ]
a part of an area of activity, especially of a country’s economy

Time span:
13.07.2021 ⏤ 28.07

〈Basic rules of surfing〉
One of the basic rules of surfing is not to disrupt the path of other surfers and not to invade each other's territory. My interpretation of surfing is to divide the territories into sectors. And I tried to express the breaking of the waves and the people riding the waves in continuous images created by following the mouse.

Dahyun
Hwang

〈You can never have more sectors〉
One of the dictionary meanings of the word sector is to subdivide a certain territory or area. In that sense, it was reminiscent of a land grabbing game, and I created an interactive graphic that felt like each color was competing with each other without backing down.

Dahyun
Hwang

〈Sectors of concentric circles〉
One of the basic meanings of the word sector is a section on a hard drive or similar that divides concentric tracks into multiple segments. I imagined how data being filled in the virtual world, creating rectangles that form circles depending on how the mouse is moved.

Dahyun
Hwang

〈Peace of cake〉
When I got the word ‘sector’, the first thing I imagined was a piece of cake. During diet for weight loss, on hot, sticky summer days, it is the cake that brings me inner-peace. But sadly I couldn’t eat it all, so I collected the pictures instead. Peace to myself.

Jieun
Kim

Tick

[ tɪk ]
(of a clock, etc.) to make short, light, regular repeated sounds to mark time passing

Time span:
06.10.2021 ⏤ 18.10

〈Document for Approval〉
This File is a typical case of Korean for approval in company. Many of documents are contained in this file and delivered to the boss. You can use this website to be formal when posting electronic documents.

Yunseo
Go

〈Tick Tock〉
A web clock that generates a random graphic every second while the second hand passes.

Naree
Shin

Utilize

[ ˈjuːtəlaɪz ]
to use something, especially for a practical purpose

Time span:
25.08.2021 ⏤ 05.09

〈emotional avatars〉
Let's utilize emotional avatars to express the real feeling.

Gahyun
Kim

〈Cat Footprints〉
Do you want to be with a pet? Let's raise a small cat in your browser! Increase intimacy with your pet by clicking it and take them for walks on the web sometimes. Footprints can interfere with your work, but so what? You are already with a cute cat. — This utility is an extension program of Google Chrome.

Yunseo
Go

〈Unorganized Daily Horoscope〉
It's dangerous to go alone! Move your mouse to check your fortune.

Jungsu
Park

〈poster maker〉
It is a utility that you can use to turn your favorite video into a poster. The frames of a video are extracted and randomly sized circles appear at random locations. Press the S key to save images.

Dahyun
Hwang

〈Love me tender〉
The average people spend 5 seconds on looking at the profile before swipe on Tinder. Did the swipe feature make our life easier or more complicated ? A website to question the utilities we encounter everyday while using apps.

Eunju
Hong

〈What's in my bag?〉
If you mouse over the question mark, the items in the bag are displayed one by one, A QR code image that can be linked to the product's brand site is also exposed. The gradient of the background color is also changed for each mouse over.

Sujin
Jung

Visit

[ ˈvɪzət ]
to go somewhere to spend time with (someone, such as a friend or relative)

Time span:
25.04.2022 ⏤

Width

[ wɪdθ; wɪtθ ]
the measurement from one side of something to the other; how wide something is

Time span:
12.04.2021 ⏤ 03.05

〈Width〉
A page where you can see my sunday walk by moving the mouse horizontally.

Naree
Shin

〈Width〉
"QuerySelector" practice using blend mode and javascript.

Yeoleum
Yun

〈Width〉
A responsive website visually embodying the definition of width and length.

Dahyun
Hwang

X-ray

[ ˈeks reɪ ]
to photograph and examine bones and organs inside the body, using X-rays

Time span:
21.02.2022 ⏤ 07.03.2022

〈Vector X-ray〉
What do you think about what is the actual face of the vector image? By inserting the SVG code, you can download the SVG or image file from a vector image containing a handle and a pointer. Handle options and get a vector image of the color and size that suits you.

Yunseo
Go

〈Digital Yearbook〉
What does a digital yearbook look like? You could see the inside page by removing the cover with your cursor. The cover and the inner page are made up of the same grid as if you’re seeing through. Feel free to take a look at my randomly floating 2021 photos!

Chowon
Kim

〈X-Ray Version of Dance Curves〉
This work is inspired by Kandinsky's ‘Dance Curves’. The curves extracted from the human body reminded me of X-rays.

Naree
Shin

Young

[ jʌŋ ]
in an early stage of life, growth, or development; not yet old

Time span:
17.01.2022 ⏤ 06.02

〈Young〉
I organized a 3D gallery by collecting pictures from the 90s and 20s of Hollywood. Let’s look around the glory of youth by through screen scrolling.

Gahyun
Kim

〈2m0437b〉
Inspired by “2m0437b”, one of the youngest exoplanets. You can rotate the space with mouse drag.

Yeoleum
Yun

〈SO YOUNG〉
These are so YOUNG Tweets just been uploaded!

Jungsue
Park

〈Yaminjeongeum Translator〉
Yaminjeongeum is a character play that replaces korean letters with similar characters. If you want to chat with a young generation of cool people, this converter is just for you.

Naree
Shin

〈Expression Translator〉
BACK TO THE 2000s! Translate your ASCII face in camera to text emoji. You can also feel the change of other users’ emotions with echoes at bottom of the browser.

Yunseo
Go

Zero

[|zɪroʊ; │ziːroʊ]
0

Time span:
08.11.2021 ⏤ 28.11

〈Zero Digital Waste〉
Digital files on a computer have capacity. But do you know that they also have a real mass and they also emit carbon? In fact, 4 grams of carbon dioxide are emitted when sending a single email. It makes people come up with unused files on their computers. In general, the desktop or download folder is not organized. The website visualized the pile of files that had not been used for at least weeks or years. Experience making a true "zero" by throwing them away in the trash.

Yunseo
Go

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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