During the fall of 2016, SCAD and Google collaborated to research and develop concepts for making YouTube and video watching more interactive.
I was a part of a passionate team of 16 students from 9 differrent majors who worked to solve the prompt.
Over the course of 10 weeks we uncovered unique insights, while leveraging existing material design principles, and catering to Android Mobile users.
All the while, the team was guided by workshops from Google + Youtube partners on research, prototyping, and storytelling. —
Rapid Prototyping + User Testing
Participated in 3 Google 'Sprints' which included user research, rapid ideation and prototyping which we then user tested with hundreds of people in Savannah.
Presentation Structure + Design
Worked with another member of the team to lead the visual design and branding of the project. We ensured that all of our deliverables adhered to Material Design principles. Created all presentation materials for the project.
Design + Development
Designed & developed a website that showcased all of our research, concepts prototypes, and other deliverables to the client. The website was designed to be an aid to help the client promote the concepts throughout YouTube.
SAV — SFO ✈
Five team members and I had the great opportunity at the end of the project to travel to YouTube + Google's campuses in San Bruno and Mountainview to present our concepts and ideas.
In keeping with the non-disclosure agreement, I'm unable to share the process or deliverables of the project online.
If you currently work for Google and would like to see the work, please contact me for access.