|Location||New York, NY|
|Capabilities ||Interface Design|
|Awards||Event Design Award, Best Interactive Element (Bronze);|
Summit Creative Award, Health & Medicine (Bronze);
Telly Award, Pharmaceuticals (Bronze);
Communicator Award, Interactive Media (Silver)
The Lyrica interactive tabletop teaches physicians how to correctly diagnose fibromyalgia in their patients. Using a multi-touch interface and physical pressure sensors, visitors attempt to locate "pressure points" on a 3D model of human musculature.
I designed a simple, unbranded interface to accommodate multiple visitors simultaneously. Core elements were repeated to allow access from both sides of the table. Pop-up windows invite visitors to learn more about specific joints and muscles within the animating 3D model.
Bold colors and subtle layers of type and photography helped make this an attention-getting, award-winning educational experience.