Snapsible provides effective communication of complex quantitative ideas, information for the Foldable Screen displays. Just as Microsoft Surface Duo/Samsung Galaxy Fold can provide a larger screen real estate for more possibilities and interactions, Snapsible visually displays measured quantities by means of the combined use of points, lines, a coordinate system, numbers, symbols, words, shadings, and colors  with foldable interaction capabilities. Snapsible makes this visualization more compelling by seeking advantage of the dual-screen displays. Moreover, an extended set of gestures helps to create a more intuitive and easy way of visualized data exploration.
This system addresses an ongoing need for professionals that work on the move and try to get more done. This need is ever-growing for professionals — such as engineers, academicians, product managers, executive officers, and working professionals. …
Area of Focus
Self-Improvement and Productivity
MHCI+D Studio, University of Washington, Seattle
Mobile applications can serve so many functions in a users day to day life. There is a whole section of the app market that is totally dedicated to personal development. The resources and services centered around self-improvement and productivity are becoming increasingly delivered by the mobile smart device. The metrics used to assess the success of self-improvement apps are mainly based on market share rather than successful habit formation (Perez, 2018). …
For our Immersion Studio challenge, we designed an app and a wearable device that helps students to connect and form communities based on shared interest, as well as create and attend events together.
Our team was given a 1- week design challenge to explore the key facets of HCI: Computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW) and use technology as a medium for community collaboration.
We developed a design response to address new international students to settle in the country and the university they were going to. We felt our design response resonated with all 3 members of the team to solve our own problem of settling overseas as international students. …
Before I brainstorm you with what design thinking is all about and how it’s going to help you designing products before they turn into pixels, lets head to Bangalore where I had the most productive weekend this month getting to meet people from different backgrounds in the tech community. I was early by an hour at the place where we had our Meetup, And guess what? I happened to break the ice by opening up a conversation with the host “Sandeep Kulkarni” who is a Project Manager at IBM. …