The Bistro Timeline is an interactive date-driven timeline on the history of projects produced by the Bistro group. The timeline is built purely by data and expands appropriately with every passing day. Developed for both desktop and tablet.
Idealist was the next phase of the Best Buy Gift List, the precursor to what ultimately became Best Buy's Registry. It was a mobile app (iOS and Android) that let users log in via various social media sites (Twitter, Facebook, Google) to create and share wish lists with others.
The app worked by scanning actual products with your phone camera, via either QR Code or UPC. This allowed customers to quickly scan products in store without the need to sign up on a terminal or get a hand held scanner from an employee.
Universal View is a tablet prototype for Best Buy's product catalog. It is entirely a web driven interface using standard HTML5, CSS3 and JS. As such it will run on any tablet (iPad or Android based).
The design is very liquid, as orientation change will redraw the layout automatically via CSS, examples of which are shown in the screens provided. Interaction uses the inherent features of a tablet device (swipes, taps, etc). The data output is actual Best Buy data coming from their various product, reviews and listing API's.
Custom touchscreen kiosk for the exhibition 50/50: Audience and Experts Curate the Paper Collection at Walker Art Center. Because the exhibition was hung salon style, normal wall labels could not be used. This kiosk provides the information normally found on walls labels for patrons.
The kiosk reflects the artworks on the walls of the gallery. Users swipe the "walls" back and forth to find the work they want more information on, and then tap the artwork to see detailed text about the object as well as a larger image of it.