This is an ongoing project for the National Cowgirl Museum in Fort Worth, Texas. Museum visitors use an interactive touch table to design their own "Cowgirl" objects. Users may choose to decorate a cowgirl boot, a shirt, or a painted horse statue. Patterns and designs are based off of real clothing from NCM's collections. As the visitor decorates their item, the projection dynamically updates to reflect their object's color and pattern.
One of the greatest challenges working on this application was developing visual languages for the the table application and the projection that worked well together, and making a functional application for two users at once.
The talented Braxton Collier did the projection programming on this project.
I also took over the much of the project management during the second half of this project, facilitating the final month of work when the senior producer left the project.
Roles: UX/UI Design, Projection Design, Project Management
Created Using: Adobe XD, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Unity
Initial wireframe concepts for the design.