Public Transport User Interface Experience

This Assignment was to Work on Redesigning the Public Transport User Interface Experience in Melbourne, Specifically on the Vehicles.

The Work was Done in collaboration with Gabriel Vazquez Arroyo Vazquez.

Here’s The Task Clarification and some Concepts.Gab-and-Kirby-Task-Clarification-Page-2 Gab-and-Kirby-Task-Clarification-Page-1

After the Task Clarification, a Survey was conducted to analysis some of our ideas:

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The Survey gave us a clear and concise direction to head with our Final Solutions:

 

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The Showering Experience.

The brief extended from the ‘Form finding Study’ onto adjusting the Form from the Form Finding study to become a Product.
I created my design into a ‘Showering Experience’, the unit would realistically be place in either out door settings or large spaces for the wealthy. The unit would be constructed from stone, with added touches of soft wood. The ‘Showering Experience’ features storage compartments that blend into the sculpture, a self closing toilet lid, a mirror that angles down, seamless gutter drainage systems on the basin of the sink and shower, unique tap controls that resemble the throttle of a boat, a clock to observe the duration of the shower, and a tap in the basin that sprouts water up like a fountain as opposed to normal taps that drip down.

Showering Experience SketchThe Showering Experience Model