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Assignment Week 9

Timothy Chan

Monday, Oct 10, 2016 - 11:56:31 am

@ Timz Space

Problem: It can be dangerous for pedestrians when sharing footpaths with cyclists and personal mobility device users.

Solution: Augmented Reality Pavements

Augmented reality in the future may provide information on-the-go but this could at times be distracting and lead to accidents. This project seeks to conceptualize a more clutter free experience with a focus on features to keep pedestrians safe when walking along Read more →


Final Project Ideas


Sunday, Oct 09, 2016 - 10:43:14 pm

@ Artefactually Lost

Idea Project 1

Problem: Unable to travel around the world due to high cost Idea: To be able to ‘see’ through cities in motion.

I had thought of the idea when I took my pet hamsters out of their cage and into the hamster ball for their daily exercise. The ball allowed the hamsters to freely roam about my larger house unlike Read more →


Final Project Proposals / 3 Ideas

Katie Koh Ke Tian

Thursday, Oct 06, 2016 - 10:15:52 pm

@ katiekohketian

Idea 1


The lack of social interaction on public transport. Passengers onboard are unwilling to move in.

Proposed Solution/ Idea

Through the use of technology, social interactions on public transport could be created by connecting people. This can be done by replacing the walls of buses/trains with interactive wall or floors. These walls not only serve as a platform to connect people, it also Read more →

South Korea actually launched a new campaign to remind commuters to give their seats to pregnant women, it is pretty interesting and ties in with your Idea 2. Check it out! :)
Hi Katie! Just a few thoughts that I had. 1. I have always thought of how to make trains more interactive by adding 'dance' steps on the floor. But I think the digital interface provides more ways to create more games to play too! 2. I do like the idea of scraping the 'reserved seat' sticker and introducing coloured seats. I thought that the project could be like, traffic light colours. It's more based on the user's responsiveness. Users get to plan if they are willing to give up their seat - Green. Users who are feeling a little tired/carrying too much but still willing to stand - Orange. And users who are totally not willing to give up their seats - Red. The Chip idea is also great, wondering how you can pair them together. 3. And here's a zombie run experience that was created before. It's an audio experience and includes challenges as well.
Really love the video you linked; almost exactly like how i vision it :) Thank you for the feedback, i will take them into considerations!
thank you for the link! Seems like a great idea to incorporate, I will take them into consideration :)

Week 7+8 PART 2 & 3

Xiu Ming

Monday, Oct 03, 2016 - 01:02:16 pm



Assignment 7+8 - Project Proposals

Hanna McLachlan

Monday, Oct 03, 2016 - 11:40:22 am

@ Hanna UX Design

Creating new screen-based UX design.

Can be based on past field trips:

Futureworld – interactions with art Hawkers/Canteens – experience buying food MRT – experience with transportation Interactive design Food UX Transportation UX

Screen-based experience Can be speculative… hypothetical, abstract, suppositive

Create an experience, interaction, response using…

Technology App Website Wearable technology Interface


Limit interaction with smartphones Useful in an everyday context Wearables have become recognised as the future of technology Smartwatches and activity trackers are so popular but Read more →

3 Ideas for Semester Project

Ava P.

Monday, Oct 03, 2016 - 08:58:12 am

@ Pham Nhat Binh

Cinema Exit – the overlooked part of a cinema experience.

grand entrance & movie hall vs. narrow, scary exits.

[ image of exit to be added ]

images from

I feel that the last touchpoint of going to the cinema is currently ignored and there are many things that can be Read more →


3 examples of thoughtful UX design

Ava P.

Monday, Oct 03, 2016 - 08:21:19 am

@ Pham Nhat Binh

Personal criteria of thoughtful UX

Personally, I believe thoughtful user experience design entails firstly the understanding of not only the users’ need but also the context where such need presents. The solution also has to consider the emotional, social and environmental impacts of its installation because users’ values are not only about completing goals but also how he feels or looks Read more →


Week 7+8 Assignment - Thoughtful UX Design

Hanna McLachlan

Monday, Oct 03, 2016 - 12:27:40 am

@ Hanna UX Design


Uber is very well-known and popular due to its great use of UX and UI design.

clear and clean design -minimal colours used easy to navigate and use app use of tracking and gps makes it easy to define your location quick response (often) complaints are entertained -easy refund for any issues visibility and recognition of important information -cars around your location/time til pick-up/cost of Read more →

ASSIGNMENT 7 & 8 (Part 2)

wan qing

Sunday, Oct 02, 2016 - 03:41:09 pm

@ iamqingg



At these 3 different points, commuters’ behavior and attitude changes. Outside the train, they feel frustrated and annoyed, they want people to move in so they can board the train. However once they are in the train, these feelings of anxiousness and angst fades away and they no longer feel the need and drive to move into the cabin. 

The idea Read more →


Research —

Xie Xiuyun

Sunday, Oct 02, 2016 - 12:25:10 am

@ Xiuyun's

Find 3 examples of a product/project that you think are good examples of thoughtfully designed user experience. Be prepared to support your choices.

MEMO — Medication Memory

MEMO is a simple approach to turn daily medication into a more pleasant experience, using light, motion and sound as guidance. It finds a good balance between having proper medication on time, maintaining an independent Read more →