Augmented Reality

Jules Naujoks

As an experiential graphic designer at Interior Architects, Jules Naujoks helps her clients present their brands throughout their workplaces. She enjoys the wide variety of projects, materials, and formats that EGD offers. With a background in account management and user experience, the ways people interact with her work is always the primary focus. Though the client’s goals always take priority, Jules tries to inspire play and curiosity within all of her work.

Jules Naujoks
Seattle Central Creative Academy
Seattle

Markus Scheiber

Markus Scheiber is the Creative Director at motasdesign in Austria.

Markus Scheiber believes that identity emerges out of continuity, consistency, repetition, something that holds for a long time. Identity in itself thus enables orientation in a world of constant change.

Markus Scheiber is the Creative Director at motasdesign in Austria
motasdesign
Oberperfus, Austria

How AR and VR Will Change the Experience of Watching Sports

The sports fan experience has been evolving, with the help of technology, for years. Join host Bryan Meszaros on Experience by Design every other Wednesday as he explores the latest trends and solutions helping craft the world’s most intriguing experiences.

Why Retailers Should Embrace Augmented Reality in the Wake of COVID-19

In the wake of COVID-19, in which retailers worldwide shut down for months, retailers using AR are enjoying a 19% spike in customer engagement, according to data from Vertebrae, and the customer conversion rate increases by 90% for customers engaging with AR versus those that don't.

Jahadam Project

Merit Award 2019
Jahadam Project

The Jahadam Project was done on a three-way pedestrian overpass located at Shinyoung-Dong, Seoul, Korea. This Project was to develop this pedestrian overpass as a public art structure using a multidisciplinary approach reflecting local cultural and historical context, the bridge’s spatial characteristics and visitor analysis to make it a meaningful experience. The Jahadam project transformed the oldest overpass structure into a new cultural space, combining the resident’s imagination and ideas arising from the surrounding environment where nature and city life coexist.

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