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.
After the Task Clarification, a Survey was conducted to analysis some of our ideas:
The Survey gave us a clear and concise direction to head with our Final Solutions:
Shredder + Printer + Scanner = Shrinter
Blue Foam 1:1 Scale Mock Up
The ‘Shrinter’ assignment was an exercise to combine three products into One compact Multi Function Machine that had an A4 Scanner, an A4 printer and a shredder component. The Focus was predominantly on the Physical Interface, so aesthetics was not the priority. The Final ‘Shrinter’, the Phat Cat MF01, featured unique designs such as the externally positioned Ink cartridge mounts, no longer does the user have to open up the printer to replace ink. A Lever operated shredder, simple scanning and copying functionality, and importantly the deletion of a navigation screen, because some times screens just ruin things.
No updates suck, nobody likes blogs that don’t update, so I apologize because this blog has become sucky.
There will be updates later on after this semester finishes. So Hold on!
This is just an A4 page that myself, Kieran Glass, Taylor Zhou and Patrick Sohn were unintentionally doodling on whilst having a conversation about.. eh.. cant remember, probably cars.