Interface Design

Anthony Vitagliano

Anthony Vitagliano designs experiences and, more often than not, in a public space. As a Director of Experience Design at Digital Kitchen, Anthony Vitagliano is responsible for creating meaningful engagements between people and brands. Anthony has created work that has earned several industry awards including one Emmy nomination, Best in Show at the SEGD Global Design Awards, and a Design Grand Prix at the Cannes International Creativity Festival. He has led projects with clients such as The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, HBO, Los Angeles World Airports, Target, and Coca-Cola.

Anthony Vitagliano, Digital Kitchen
Chicago

Ellen Bean Spurlock

With a combined background in both Industrial Design and Exhibition Design, Ellen Spurlock has, through the course of her career, found a passion in helping clients and colleagues effectively utilize the creative process – identifying a problem and cleverly solving it through exploration.

Ellen Bean Spurlock
Little
Washington D.C.

Julie Beeler

Julie Beeler is passionate about educating, inspiring, and informing diverse audiences through storytelling innovation. She has pioneered new forms of interactive media, designing unique, innovative, interactive experiences that pique curiosity, spur discovery, and inspire audiences.

Headshot of Julie Beeler, founder of second Story, Portland Oregon
Portland, OR

Ventspils Museum Exhibition

Merit Award 2014
Ventspils Museum Exhibition

The Ventspils Museum permanent exhibition is located in the 13th century Castle of the Livonian Order of Knights, one of the oldest castles in Latvia. Design Studio H2E took this special context into consideration in creating the exhibition. The team’s design concept is based on the shards of history that have impacted the castle and the port city over the course of centuries. The team translated the concept of shards visually through asymmetrical, polygonal shapes that form furniture, display cases, interactive stations, and other elements throughout the exhibition.

Design Studio H2E

Yale School of Management

Merit Award 2014
Yale School of Management

Opened in January 2014, the 242,000-square-foot, Norman Foster + Partners-designed, Edward P. Evans Hall is the new home of the Yale School of Management. To create a lasting impression of the Yale School of Management's presence and brand, and to easily communicate timely information, Unified Field created three floors of interactive media and digital signage for the students, faculty, and visitors.

Unified Field

Puzzle Facade

Merit Award 2014
Puzzle Facade

Puzzle Facade was part of Javier Lloret’s thesis project in the Interface Culture master’s program at the Universität für Künstlerische und Industrielle Gestaltung in Linz, Austria. Puzzle Façade brings the experience of solving a Rubik’s cube to the urban space. It transforms the façade of the Ars Electronica center in Linz into a giant Rubik’s cube, inviting passersby to engage with the interactive experience.

Javier Lloret

Interface Design

Interface design facilitates interaction between a human being and a machine. It is a user-centered discipline that includes the design of websites, computers, mobile communication devices, and software applications focused on the user experience. The goal of interface design is to anticipate what users might need to do, or the actions they may choose to take, and provide the means for them to complete their tasks efficiently and with satisfaction and enjoyment.

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