Planesphere is a concept for an interactive data-focused visualization in an airport. For Planesphere, this took the shape of an interactive touchscreen wall concept. Planesphere is a flexible concept and can adapt to fit different spaces. The interactive wall experience gives people something to do while waiting for a flight, and aims to inspire airports and airplane passangers to think about the environment by visualizing the data in a fun, interactive, and sharable experience.
The goal was to create something new that has not existed before.
I made this project on a team with Aubrie Rice.
Aubrie Rice: Pitch video, pitch video graphics, research, designs, interviews, video narration, user flows, wireframes, mockups, video script editing, pitch.
Willow Cook: Pitch deck, video script, designs, interview, research, case study, user flows, wireframes, case study, mockups, pitch, Planesphere logo.
In screens pictured:
Aubrie Rice: Center section of screen (with globe) design; flight timeline design.
Willow Cook: Statistics, social media sharing, and quiz screen sections designs.
The Planesphere touchscreen wall would be three feet tall by twelve feet wide.
The Planesphere concept's idea is to visualize environmental statistics about airports and travelers, and use that data to inspire airports to be more eco-friendly and people to make more eco-friendly choices when traveling to and from airports. The idea is that the digital sign template can be customized to be specific to each airport.
The concept is shown here through a series of mockups.