A research project, funded by the European Union. It’s aim was to make air travel more convenient and non-disruptive by eliminating barriers such as language gaps, missing information or forcing the traveler to switch from website to website, app to app etc. to get from A to B.
This project was a collaboration of Fuenfwerken, Edenspiekermann (Amsterdam) and Fluidtime (Vienna). Since this project started off much earlier with european universities conducting research and finding pain points we already had a vast amout of information to build on. We met up for intensive day long workshops to go through the material, define Personas, Challenges, create a Costumer Journey and finally design concept and screens for the prototype. In 2014 Matthias Zifko from Fluidtime and I presented the IC-IC project at the IIID Vision Plus conference in Vienna.
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Presentation at the IIID Conference 2014 – Vienna
Attoma sarl (FRA)
Ecole Nationale des Arts Décoratifs (FRA)
FH JOANNEUM University of Applied Sciences (AUT)
Fluidtime Data Services (AUT)
Fuenfwerken Design (GER)
International Institute for Information Design (GER)
Star Engineering (DE)
Concept and Design, UX/UI, Presentation at the IIID Conference