It's the first week of the MA project. I embark on initial ideation by reflecting on previous project, and performing initial research into potential research questions.
For the last week of the module I finalise my project for The Science Museum. I also develop a presentation to evaluate the successes and failures of the project.
This week I begin to iterate on my interface by rethinking the user journey and use of photography. Through feedback from Ben and John I begin to see how point clouds can force you to see an object's form, as apposed to more realistic qualities.
In week 10 I begin to develop my interface prototype. I explore a range of animation methods, which I go on to use for the development of my partly AI driven point cloud browsing tool.
This week I continue to work on my concept based on sand grains, and micro vs. macro. I look into point clouds, and reflect on how I might go about using 3D to form visuals patterns in my interface.
This week I begin to explore potential concepts for the Science Museum brief. I dig into way finding systems, co-design, and user generated narratives, as I also begin to develop my way of working with concept development on the way.
In week 7 I dive into trend forecasting as I attempt to research trends in relation to concept development. I also begin to gather conceptual research for my project, as I investigate the science behind technological systems.
This week I start to tackle my chosen brief by developing a project plan with accompanying objectives and design strategies. I also take a brief look at museology and heritage making.
In week 5 I embark on the second brief of the module where we’ll choose an industry led brief. I reflect upon the briefs given to us and the possibilities connected to each one. Further, I go on to research competitive project examples related to my chosen brief, which is the one given by The Science Museum.
For the final week of brief 1 I work on presentation of Modul. I create a set of posters, animations, and a website, and do the finishing touches on the typeface itself.