Voices
       
     
       
     
Adcept
       
     
The Internet of Me
       
     
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  VIEWS  Dashboard Detail view Shouts Conversations   ELEMENTS  Straightforward design+remove nannies Shouts+shout lines Play button  Conversations Time+location filters  
       
     
Partner Application Examples
       
     
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Voices
       
     
Voices

PROJECT
Product design for the Internet of Things

ROLE
Design of the Internet of Me, including long term principles and UX approaches across large and small screens. Contributed to the creation of live animated/interactive demos.

TEAM
Nick Foster, Brody Larson, Lina Liner, Christine Rode, Charlie Sutton

       
     
Adcept
       
     
Adcept

Everything has a voice, from your heartbeat to your table, your potplants to your cat. Compare two or more voices to create conversations. Follow conversations to learn more about what’s interesting to you.

The Internet of Me
       
     
The Internet of Me

PRINCIPLES
Everything goes with everything
Capture it all
Free from nannies
Transparency first

Test image_02.jpg
       
     
Cover_Sensor-01.jpg
       
     
Cover_Sensor-02.jpg
       
     
Cover_Sensor-04.jpg
       
     
System_Voices-01.jpg
       
     
  VIEWS  Dashboard Detail view Shouts Conversations   ELEMENTS  Straightforward design+remove nannies Shouts+shout lines Play button  Conversations Time+location filters  
       
     

VIEWS
Dashboard
Detail view
Shouts
Conversations

ELEMENTS
Straightforward design+remove nannies
Shouts+shout lines
Play button 
Conversations
Time+location filters
 

Partner Application Examples
       
     
Partner Application Examples

Design fictions created to inform the possibilities of experiences built on the Voices construct and the Internet of Me.

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Button Prototype

The first primitive. A simple button+app combination.