Industrial design students
As an entire class, we defined three main approaches our design solutions could take, but as a group we had to decide which approach to take and why. As designers, and especially as students, we felt it was most important to highlight the journey the industrial designers went on before arriving at their final destination.
These are some of the sketches I contributed when trying to establish how to organize our content into sections. I also sketched out some transitions for how a central static element in the middle of the page evolves from one section to the next as the user traverses the process.
I didn't do these wireframes, but they're derived from our group's UX sessions.
Keywords: bold, minimal, geometric, modern, contrast, whitespace
I hand-coded the final designs using a plugin called Skrollr to animate elements controlled by the scroll position. Due to time and technical constraints, it is a non-responsive design made to be viewed on an iPad or in a frame on a larger screen. View the live experiences below.
This was the first time working on a team project for a client, even if the client didn't have as much stake in it as we did. Having the manpower to split up the parts of the design process made it easier to put more care into each part. I wish we had more team projects in the curriculum, but we are all at a good skill level to start doing that.