A project created for Stephan Farrell's and Alan Rhodes' class "From Page to Screen" at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, with permission by Sonnenzimmer
A redesign of the 2014 book Didactics, translated for an interactive tablet experience.
The goal was to explore the device's capabilities in order to translate a print experience into the mobile format, while still giving the center stage to the artists' work.
Team Members: Ravee Deshpande, and Dani Reis.
Timeframe: 1 month
A joint social innovation design project for the Chicago Public Library focused on children and their caretakers.
Our approach focused on human-centered design—a problem-solving process grounded in empathy and iteration.
This project was conducted in collaboration with Sandra Hsu, Amber Cao, Teagan Chatterley, Jackie Stelzer, Kyuho Kim, and Koy Suntichotinun, during George Aye's Social Innovation design class.
This book is not complete without the audience’s participation.
Yearly catalog for the School of the Art Institute of Chicago’s Visual Communication department and the work produced by the students.
It comes in the form of an A1 sized poster, with creases, perforations, and instructions for the user to build up the book by themselves, thus creating a collaboration between designer and audience.
How might we improve the overall user experience of the United States Postal Service?
Through the process of design thinking we prototyped a solution that is part utilitarian, part PR campaign.
Thanks to the folks at Experience Institute for the guidance, love, and support