In a few words
A full augmented reality mobile app for A+E networks
Travel back in time to Washington Square Park of 1968 through augmented reality, and join Wallace and June – two young activists on a hot spring day, in a cinematic experience.
Augmented reality is tailor-made for historical fiction. 1968 WSQP App tells the story of 1968 and provides the necessary historical context to the same challenges we face as a society today. Through the story of Wallace and June, we introduce our audience to same-aged social activists which once stood and waved protest signs at the same place, and often — on behalf of the same values.
My role included leading a team of scriptwriters, musicians, and content creators while overseeing historical research. As the project evolved, I was dived into delightful research about AR UX & UI best practices.
Storytelling in space
Leading the creative team
UX & UI design
What is it all about?
Augmented Reality is tailor-made for historical fiction.
Follow the footsteps of Wallace and June – two young activists meeting in the park on a hot spring day in 1968. Download the app for a cinematic experience, which binds past and present into a single moment in space.
Sound and design
How can we use a 2D interface to provide guidance for a 3D experience? Thanks to playwright Joanna Evans who wrote the spoken text, drummer Roy Ben-Yosef, and guitar player Roberto Trzini, who wrote an original soundtrack we utilized all senses to provide a content-reach AR experience.
Low fidelity wireframes
High fidelity wireframes
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