[ problem ]
Museums must compete for attention in a very difficult environment.
This is especially true in regards to catching the attention of young visitors,
and existing docent tours are only available in audio.
[ solution ]
To create a memorable museum experience for visitors, adding interactivity
to create an educational, engaging, and memorable museum experience.
[ Demographic ]
[ How It Works ]
[ step one ]
Customize Your Tour
Select the theme and medium based on your preference in order to modify your tour
[ step two ]
Guide You to the Artwork
Guides you through the museum step by step
[ step three ]
Show You the Process
Shows the art making process
Shows the technique
[ step four ]
Connect You to the Art
Show major world events that happened the year the piece was created
Try here page
Make your own pieces in the style of masterpieces and share them on social media
[ step five ]
Chat with a team of art historians and educators
[ design process ]
[ ui design ]
2 1/2D buttons
Use a smooth gradients transition to create a realistic looking UI elements
White text on Black background
Create less strain on your eyes when reading in a dimly lit environment
Delicate UI elements
Create an elegant and modern-looking interface
[ wireframe ]
Based on the “F-Shapes” reading pattern, the top of page will be the most eye-catching area. Sub-nav should be placed at the top of page area because it can let the users know that there are three sub-pages under the Tour page.
“Try Here” is a unique features. Placing it at the top right will draw users’ attention.
Main-nav sits on the bottom of the page where users lay their thumbs.