Interaction Design

Interaction Design is the process of building user satisfaction by improving the usability, user experience and pleasure provided by the interaction between a person/group and an interface. An interface can be a computer, an installation or a physical object.

I did my thesis on Participatory Design at Concordia University. Most of what I do, whether it is product design, art digital strategy or communication design, utilize UX (user experience) theories.

When a person’s enjoyment and ease of use are considered while designing, it results in a better experience.

A few key examples include the following projects:

Exhibition Display for Grand Hotel, Vancouver Art Gallery
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