Seesaw

Working from home, re-imagined
Seesaw is an app concept that aims to make working from home more seamless & fun for remote teams. By working in different rooms, people can make decisions about how they want to work. Feel like listening to some music and being a bit more social? Hop into the music room 🎸. Need to take a break with a colleague? Try some virtual ping pong 🏓. The project was designed in collaboration with Harry Simpson (harrysimpson.co.nz) at Massey University after the first COVID-19 lockdowns.
Concept
Motion graphics
UX Design

Overview Video

Problem

But is this really the best we can do? 🏠 (Screenshot of Slack and Zoom open on a computer)
49% of remote workers are feeling lonely, and find it hard to collaborate effectively online.
How might we design an app that helps WFH employees feel more connected?

Solution

Music room

Games room

Meeting room

Augmented Reality

I used Augmented Reality to prototype form quicker than building real life models, for instance times that I couldn't be in the workshop. I used Fusion 360 to model my designs, and Substance Painter to texture them. Finally, I exported them as a .USDZ file and can share to people to be visualised in their own spaces, in life size. AR mode only works on iPhones and iPad.

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