A scaleable end-to-end experience built to validate UI and UX direction. Before having actual hardware, we had to create a to-scale model on a tablet to validate interactions. This was then transitioned onto actual device hardware once available. The code was structured in a way to work both on the emulated tablet version and the actual product hardware simultaneously, allowing for a singular code base.
Fast scroll was developed to navigate large lists quickly on a limited screen size. The user is able to scroll a single item at a time using a small swipe action, or use a large swipe action to zoom out into a free scroll mode to quickly navigate through the entire list of items. Once engaged in fast scroll the user enters into a free scroll mode to quickly navigate through the list of items.
- Android SDK
- BBAD for Android
- Android Tablet or Echo Spot
velocity = 30; distance = 50px
velocity = 300; distance = 300px
The remote control was a powerful tool created to manage multiple devices at the same time. This was essential in presentations to stakeholders in large groups. The diagram below shows how this system works.
It also allows for on the fly adjustment of certain parameters. The remote for Echo Spot included the ability to adjust fast scroll parameters and other in question UX properties.
- Android SDK
- Android Tablet(s)
- Echo Spot(s)
A quick exploration into how the top navigation should behave on Fire TV. This was included into a single prototype with the ability to switch between models at will.
Fire Tablet [Fire OS]
For You was a change from the Recent section, to create a more engaging and personalized experience. A simple carousel was created to show the user relevant information.
Alexa on Tablet
An exploration into how Alexa interactions could exist on touch first devices.