Designing an app for a kiosk event installation - a playful experience of adding short selfie video clips to a large video wall, encouraging non-linear storytelling and community sharing.
- capture small video clips in an installed space - upload clips directly to large video wall system
- require fast capture app, simple to use, clear and precise
- liaise with wider team to marry technical restraints with physical space
- identify physical space constraints, build-cost restraints and impact on space
- working within technical specs (Android software, Flash dev, 4x2m video wall) design a UX Wireframe for the app flow
- in tandem, considering physical attributes of space, design wall layout to create a simple process for maximum impact
- design a simple UI for capturing video and positioning in wall space
- export assets through a Flash delivery system for dev build
Working with product managers, on site-construction and technical directors to design a simple system to capture a video moment on a device and share it on a huge video wall grid. Iterating site design options and layout determined by technical restraints and UX considerations.
Working with a developer to create a simple app for an android device that allows the user to choose a wall location (based on segmented areas) determine the video length, record, post, and re-record. The UI had to be very simplistic and efficient - the video capture and post technology needed all of the processing grunt.
Working side-by-side with developer to create assets within flash - constantly iterating visual content to create a highly optimised asset library.