David Harrison Ferrell's orange brand with the logo resembling a scribble on the left.
Product Design, Exhibition Design, Experience Design, UI - 2018

In this ever changing world, with new possibilities flourishing and expanding at a very rapid rate, who knows what the future holds. There’s one thing I’m sure of: it’s not the computer, the machine, that has to substitute human beings. A connection between man and technology has to be found.

Three main projects were completed during the internship in Kora Comunicazione, a Graphic Design Agency in Vittorio Veneto, Treviso, Italy: the design of a new set of interactive panels with aluminium framing and dye sublimation-printed fabric coverings, the restyling of the Mars Colony Exhibition in Spain through the integration of interactive artifacts and installations, and the concept design of an interactive haptic panel for the BODY Exhibition in Budapest. For confidentiality purposes, I cannot disclose any information regarding the Mars Colony and BODY Exhibitions projects. For further details please contact me directly.

Multi-sense interactive panel sketches in grey and red on white background.

The design process involved the research and development of new interactive technological solutions in the exhibition field for the retail, museum and business environments, benchmark research, a SWOT analysis and FCB Grid product positioning, concept ideation through rough sketches, creative development, 3D product rendering prototyping, and detailed presentations. Three interactive, multi-sensory panels were conclusively designed: one haptic, one robotic, and one AR-enabled.

Multi-sense haptic interactive panel 3D rendering.Multi-sense robotic interactive panel 3D rendering.Multi-sense AR interactive panel 3D rendering.

An associated tablet app interface was designed to accompany the AR-enabled interactive panel with the aim of creating an unforgettable experience.

Multi-sense AR interactive panel dedicated app UI on tablet on light grey background.