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Digital Media Design | Ian Jackson & Jessica Neumann
This is a showcase of work from the Digital Media Design track (BA Arts) at Florida Gulf Coast University, FGCU; Fort Myers, FL. The works shown here cover print-based and screen-based design, the work is from the DMD Minor and the DMD Concentration. Courses include Video game design, web design, typography, interface and usability design, graphic design and working with professional clients.
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Ian Jackson & Jessica Neumann

About This Project

2015
Project ‘Fit-tech’ (gym space).
The Brief: Experiential Design

Students select one space; Retail Space. Museum Space or Broadcast Space as a platform for their final design project. Designers use these spaces to create deeper and more engaging experiences for customers or users.

Students are tasked with examining and problem-solving improvements or concepts to create a better experience for the users of their chosen space. Students will create concepts and deliver final prototypes of their solutions all of which are backed up with research. For example, a resolution could be a museum that offers touch screens and animations along with the exhibits the leads to better contextualization of knowledge for the visitor. Students must consider the audience range and comfort levels of their technology.

Design Document Jackson-Neumann- Fit-tech (PDF)

Category
Interactive Design