AR Wayfinding 

AR Wayfinding

AR Wayfinding

Client: Rochester Regional Health

Client: Rochester Regional Health

Role: UI/UX, Concept, Research

Role: UI/UX, Concept, Research

Duration: Fall 2018

Duration: Fall 2018

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Overview 

For this project, we partnered with Rochester Regional Health in developing a prototype experience to help solve the problem of indoor way-finding and mapping using a mobile interface with Augmented Reality Elements. During this project, I worked with Matt Lombardo, Nancy Perez, and Colleen Albert.

 

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Problem

Hospitals can be a hectic and confusing environment. From staff emergencies to panicking patients to concerned families, situations are often difficult to predict or control. Hospital navigation should be the least of patients or visitors concerns when they come to the hospital. Time can be very important in emergency situations or when visiting a loved one. Reducing the time in navigation is vital to improve experiences at the hospital.

Hospitals can be a hectic and confusing environment. From staff emergencies to panicking patients to concerned families, situations are often difficult to predict or control. Hospital navigation should be the least of patients or visitors concerns when they come to the hospital. Time can be very important in emergency situations or when visiting a loved one. Reducing the time in navigation is vital to improve experiences at the hospital.

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Goals

Goals

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More intuitive check in experience

More intuitive check in experience

More intuitive check in experience

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Simple navigation of the hospital

Simple navigation of the hospital

Simple navigation of the hospital

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Less stressful hospital visit

Less stressful hospital visit

Less stressful hospital visit

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User Demographic

User Demographic

User Demographic

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Nervous Patient

Nervous Patient

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Visitor

Visitor

Visitor

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Individual in an emergency

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Information Architecture

Information Architecture

Information Architecture

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Moodboard

The mood of the application is inspired by the natural world and its environment. We wanted the application to feel as stress-free and easy as possible, like the calming sound of the ocean or the crisp smell of greenery.

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Breakdown

Onboarding

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Emergency

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Appointment

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Navigation

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Animations

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Prototype

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Conclusion

Knowing that an application that you're working on can help enhance peoples experience in what could be a very stressful and uneasy environment made my passion for the project even stronger. I had never designed an AR application before so working on this application was a whole new experience for me. It was nice having a team to bounce idea's off of and work collaboratively with. I'm excited to explore more with AR and see who else I can help.

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Programs

Throughout this project, I worked with Figma and Principle. This was my first time using both those programs. It thought they were going to be more of a challenge but I got the hang of them fairly quickly. I look forward to using them in the future.

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