Nº5 – the ultimate sprint.
After a series of sprints, brainstorming sessions, workshops, meetings, lunch discussions, peer pitches, presentations and friday drinks the UNStudio project at the Publishing Lab has come to an end. Before jumping to the final conclusions, it is important to mention the improvements and work developed during this fifth sprint. The visit to [...]
Sprint nº 4 – – – towards one fluid object!
The Flow Experience
To add an immersive experience to the chapter Spaces of Flows, we decided to give the user the experience of going through the Arnhem Station. We did our research on the best way to achieve this and we stumbled on some interesting solutions: Panorama view, virtual tour/virtual reality (example) and video scroll (example). To keep the [...]
Developing the timeline
After researching the ways to structure the given information we developed two ways of displaying the content. Besides the theoretical milestones, given by Caroline Bos in her lecture, the project is supported by an extensive timeline. The unusual part about the timeline is that it starts in the late 19th century, and describes not only [...]
Sprint 3: From Sketch to Code
First Prototype After weeks of endless conceptualisation, sketching, paper modeling, long conversations and debates, the members of our team is finally able to breath more freely: we started to work on our first working prototype. Together we strongly felt that a next step in development should not be simulating the appearance of the app with [...]
Pen Up Pen Down – workshop linking typography and performance.
”This distinction between the abstract mathematical formulation of geometric shapes, and their realization into concrete, physical forms.” Jürg Lehni Open Source Publishing- OSP organized a workshop “Up Pen Down” in collaboration with the choreographer Adva Zakai, in Brussels. This workshop focussed on “linking typography and performance”, and follows a continuation of a research around the notion [...]
Sprint 2: One Way or Another?
The second Sprint is now complete! In the last meeting with the Unstudio we presented a series of printed prototypes based on a Print to Digital idea; two navigation concept proposals which reflect a more indepth research on the potential users; and a list of suggestions for micro-events to integrate during the Official Opening Event [...]
Sprint 1: High Contrast
During the first design sprint, our team was confronted with two major questions: How can we start a dialogue between print and digital media ? And how can the values, methods and language of UNStudio can be enhanced with an immersive digital experience ? At the beginning, we structured our workflow in a circular way: [...]
Dear reader, let us introduce ourselves: we are a team of PublishingLab interns, working on an assignment from UNStudio, the architecture bureau, renowned for its interest in hybridization and technology. Our goal within the project is to develop an application, that complements the printed book that UNStudio is going to release. Researching Our initial research [...]