Volvo x SCADPro Collaboration
Designing the future of innovative in-cabin car experiences.
Project Overview
Partnering with Volvo Cars USA and SCAD to research and develop concepts/stories using sensors and car intelligence to explore interesting ways to produce immersive and innovative in-cabin experiences.
My Contributions
Throughout this project, my role changed substantially as did many different members of our team. I started out in User research, conducting interviews and more. Then moved on to idea generation and development and graphic design. Towards the end of the project I worked almost entirely on our vision video final deliverable while assisting where I could elsewhere on the team!
My Roles
User Experience Design
Graphic Design
User Research Lead
Ideation Lead
Graphic Design Co-Lead
Vision Video Lead
Team Members
15 wonderful students
Deliverables
Vision Video
Final Presentation
Other File deliverables
Timeline
10 weeks
9/21-11/21
The Problem
Partnering with Volvo Cars USA and SCAD to research and develop concepts/stories using sensors and car intelligence to explore interesting ways to produce immersive and innovative in-cabin experiences.
This Project is Currently Under NDA
This project is protected under NDA, and is not allowed to be displayed on any public domain or otherwise. To learn more detail about this project, what our objectives were, how we worked with Volvo and more insight into what we created, contact me using the information on my resume or about me page.
Reflecting on the project
While working on this project, we learned the importance of being able to pivot from our original strategy toward one that aligns better with Volvo Cars. Without divulging too much information, our team completely reimagined our whole entire objective and deliverable after week 5, following feedback from our Volvo representative. We dove back into our research and affinitization to see where else we could innovate with this project.
I will always remember this project as a great example of rolling with the punches, not letting a large setback determine the fate of the whole project, and how being a flexible teammate can be invaluable towards a great project.