UI design

Here are examples of work I did while employed at Gagarin. I co-designed the interfaces, did illustrations and worked on the stories for these exhibits.

The Defenders Exhibit highlights the remarkable achievements of a selection of Canadian personalities who are fighting actively against human rights abuses. Copyright Canadian Museum for Human Rights, 2014. Photography: Ian McCausland/CMHR.

The Defenders: The exhibit aims to inspire visitors to seek further information or take action related to those issues that they feel are important to them. Copyright Canadian Museum for Human Rights, 2014.

One of many storyboards made for the project (mock-content for design purposes only).

Storyboard sketches from the Project

Excavation.

The property outlines of several houses that were lost under the ash are projected onto a large sandbox. With the aid of small shovels, visitors are invited to dig into the sand. This action alludes to a search for lost memories. As visitors dig deeper, an illustration of the house will emerge. If they continue this will be followed by a photo from the original house owner.

When the user reaches the sand there is a map projected on it.

After digging a bit there are drawings of houses and their names.

The user keeps digging up information about the houses that went under.

When you reach the bottom the projected drawings change to photos.

Film in Iceland: Web design based on Iceland.is

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