❗ This is the final client project of the User Experience Design Immersive course I attended at General Assembly London.
Team: Brandon Pfeiffer, Nina Lukin, Andrew Cooper and Alicia Andrés.
Methodology: Lean UX
Project duration: 3 week sprint
Have you ever wished that you had the ability to talk with confidence about the last art exhibition you visited? Have you ever been stuck for words when someone raises the subject of Shakespeare or Renaissance Art?
Culture is all around us. Being able to understand it helps to understand ourselves, empathise with others and apprehend the world we live in.
The Cultural Me is a startup with one clear mission: help people to learn about the arts and culture as they would learn a new language. The app offers daily bite-sized articles and information on cultural events, all specially selected for each user. …
Goal: Create an app to solve a problem people face daily related to a topic you are interested in.
Methodology: Lean UX.
Project duration: 2 week sprint.
❗ This is a concept project, part of the User Experience Design Immersive course I attended at General Assembly London.
How many waste did you produce today? A yoghurt pot, some fruit peel or plastic bottle maybe? Did you recycle that? Are you sure you put that waste in the right bin?
There is a bazillion of data out there about how the waste we produce is affecting the planet we all share and how recycling might help at least a little. …
❗ This is a concept project, part of the User Experience Design Immersive course I attended at General Assembly London. This is a group project: I had the pleasure to work with Nicola Young and Luna Felo for this two weeks sprint.
How do we explore the places we travel to? For some travellers, the must-see touristic attractions are at the top of the list, others prefer to look for the hidden gems and some of us prefer to improvise. If we already have visited the destination, we might spend more time researching what to do out off the beaten track. …