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Portfolio - Interface Design
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Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park Kiosk

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This interface was developed for a kiosk installed at the Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park visitors center. It was developed to appeal to all audiences and to be easy to navigate. The goal of the program was to give people who are in the visitors center a way of learning more about pollution and how it affects the National Park. The program also helps educate the viewer on what they can do at home to help save energy and create a better environment for everyone.

Images Copyright 2006
Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks
Interface designs by Shawn Winchester.

Senior Friendly

This interface was developed for a company that sells products to the Senior Care industry. This product was designed to teach employees of Senior Care facilities how to better understand and relate to the seniors they work with every day. The interface is more game-like to appeal to the audience which is comprised of both men and women in their early 20's up to their mid 30's. The premise is that you are communicating with a time traveler who is interested in learning about the relationships between people of different generations in different time periods. She has left you this device so you can help explore these relationships through making choices and seeing the feedback in video scenarios. This interface won an American Graphic Design Award for Excellence in Communication and Graphic Design in the Multimedia/Interactive catagory. The program won a Silver Brandon Hall of Fame Award and a Silver Cinema in Industry (CINDY) Award.

Images Copyright 1999 Briggs Corporation
Used with permission from Learning-Edge, Inc.
Interface designs by Shawn Winchester.

Rain - Kiosk for the Heard Museum

This interface was developed for a kiosk at the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona. It was developed to appeal to all audiences and to be as intuitive as possible. Little text was used in the program since many guests who visit the museum come from all over the world and may not be able to read english text. The idea for the kiosk was to give museum visitors an opportunity to experience the art in the exhibit by exploring what importance "Rain" plays in native american culture. The three characters of Horned Toad, Dragonfly, and Raven interact with the visitor and help them learn more about the actual pieces in the exhibit. There was also a game interface for this program which asked the visitor to identify significant features of the artwork and awarded them with ears of corn. This program won a Gold New Media Invision Award.

Images Copyright 1994 Heard Museum
Used with permission from Learning-Edge, Inc.
Interface designs by Shawn Winchester.

Sales Logix Sales Program

This interface was developed for a corporate sales package for SalesLogix. This design needed to fit with their existing marketing materials and incorporate a video host as well as several video presentations. The host was placed into the graphic menu using bluescreen technology. Animation was used to bring the easel boards forward in the scene so that larger videos and graphics could be displayed. Standard navigation controls were placed at the bottom of the screen. This is a good example of a more corporate and straight forward interface design.

Images Copyright 1999 SalesLogix Corporation
Used with permission from Learning-Edge, Inc.
Interface designs by Shawn Winchester.

 

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