This is where I keep smaller exploratory projects that I enjoy making and for learning new things.

My design process

Sometimes at moments in a project, it is easy to get lost. In such a moment I started to map out my own design process and methods that I find useful for each part. This was to help me collect my thoughts and find a way to move forward. I use this document as a work in progress and I constantly update it with new thoughts, methods, and ideas.

Form exploration

I wanted to explore the behaviour of different media and material to better understand how these can be implemented as part of the aesthetics of interactions. I started out with analysing human behaviour to then translate it into light and movement This is the result of this short exploration.

Behaviour analysis





Movements experiments

I created the motion experiments in after effects to have full control over the motion. I chose reduced shape to be able to focus on just the motion itself.

Light experiments

Experimenting with light made me realise that it is not only the light behaviour that makes the association to an emotion but also the interplay between the material and the light.

Next steps:

Bring it all together!  🙂 

Space Explorer

What if we could capture a pice of space inside a ring? This is a design I made as part of a graphic design course. My main aim with this project was to improve my after effects skills and explore how to interact with an interface that was that small. 

Space Explorer

The ring will be a way to take a few minutes to distract yourself from everything that needs to be done and instead go deep into this other world to explore.

The device gives you the opportunity to explore the universe by showing you new planets and to navigate around in the world of stars and galaxies by panning above the surface. It notifies you when a spectacular space phenomena are about to happen in your close surroundings through the event function.

Starting point

I have a ring with a picture of the universe in it. I decided to redesign this and explore how the ring’s interface would behave and be visualised if it was interactive.

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