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Scenarios for a new marketplace

Exhibited at CEBIT January 2000

Developed in the year that the first WAP (Wireles Application Protocol) mobile came onto the market, the key focus of this project was to develop scenarios demonstrating the expected impact of market and technology trends up to five years in the future.

Based on a human focused research process, emerging socio-cultural trends were translated into future user experiences, where products were presented as supporting access to a wide range of communciation and media services. 

A diverse range of service scenarios were selected and integrated into 3 working storyboards, which were further developed into animations demonstrating the range of inter-relating user experiences - these animated storyboards were exhibited along with the product models at the CEBIT exhibtion.

 

Project information

  • Date 1999
  • ClientPhilips Consumer Communications
  • LocationLe Mans, France

Our role

Whilst employed as Design Manager of the Interactive Design Group at Philips Design

Creative lead for interface innovation for mobile business group

Organisation of scenario generating workshops and translation process

Managing integration of research, design, technology and business inputs

Creation of interaction concepts integrating product and service (screen) design aspects

Joint development of the 3 core storyboards for animation

Specification of interface communication requirements

Interaction design team lead

Close liaison with product design, animation production and exhibition design teams