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HOW WE CAN BUILD BETTER PRODUCTS TOGETHER?

A big part of UX design is based on logic and user research but it is important as a UX designer to offer as well a base for discussions that aligns with stakeholder needs. A designer has to link knowledge with each other and has to come up with surprises that others might overlook. As a designer, my role is to understand problems, articulate them clearly, and collaborate with users, stakeholders, and product teams to solve big problems step by step.

 

 

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arcity

UX DESIGN
for Visual Interface

 

PROBLEM

How might we offer tourists a delightful experience when traveling to new destinations?

 

SOLUTION

A platform for tour guides that offers in-person and AR-tour experiences similar to Pokémon Go and Airbnb turning tourists’ mobiles phones into sidekick tour guides.

 
 
 
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POW

UX DESIGN
for Visual Interface

Concept to Low-Fidelity Wireframe

 

PROBLEM

How might we offer our costumers a touring experience that fits to their mental mode.

 

SOLUTION

An app that helps you to put digital post-it notes everywhere and make them visible for just your friends.

 
 
 
 
 
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HOW VOICE CAN SUPPORT VISUAL?

The future of voice as a dominant interface is near and will transform how we interact with everyday things. Current technology is able to support visual UI elements enhancing users’ experiences. Just imagine asking your phone for the right way while steering on your bike without the need to stop or fiddle with it. Or listen to your latest email and reply just by voice while you are sitting in your car. For those use cases you need someone who is able to think like a user and test out these ideas.

 

 

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This Ben of Bookify

MVP - 10 HOURS OF BRAINSTORMING

UX DESIGN • MULTIMODAL INTERACTION
for Conversational & Visual Interface

 

PROBLEM

How might we offer our costumer the right products already with their first onboarding?

 

SOLUTION

A chatbot that uses personality tests and literature related topics to articulate questions for a personified onboarding experience to offer the right products for the right costumer.

 
 
 
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JT
The Chef

UX DESIGN • MULTIMODAL INTERACTION
for Voice & Visual Interface

 

PROBLEM

How might we offer our user to cook with recipes without using the hands?

 

SOLUTION

The Alexa skill JT - The Chef is a voice cooking book. JT asks for favorite recipes, reads them step by step. Each step is shown as well on the interface.

 
 
 
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SneakQ

UX DESIGN • MULTIMODAL INTERACTION
for Voice & Visual Interface

 

PROBLEM

How might we add another marketing funnel to an existing webpage by using voice interfaces?

 

SOLUTION

An Alexa skill will ask selected questions the costumer, after those questions the costumer will receive a pair of sneaker as a result. A button will give the opportunity to order without going back to the webpage.