Mutual Exclusivity: Understanding Complex Physical-Digital User Interaction Through Design Research
- DESIGN RESEARCH
- RASPBERRY PI
- PRINT DESIGN
As part of a year long research project at OCAD University exploring the relationships between physical and digital interaction, a 200 page book was produced detailing the design research involved in the project. At its core, this project aimed to explore and unpack the ways in which designed physical interaction can be translated into digital UX patterns and gain a better understanding of how unconventional user input can affect the human-machine relationship.
Combining traditional research with design research, this project produced a series of work that explored and intervened in human-machine interaction, spanning experimental user input (movement, temperature, biometrics, etc.) and traditional design patterns.