Project S

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Role

UX Designer

Responsibilities

User Research, UX Design, UI Design, Video Production

Tools

Figma, Miro, After Effects, Blender

Timespan

7 weeks

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Overview

Project S aimed to integrate biometric devices and neuroscience principles that were reflected into an instructor dashboard that supports and enhances VR training for pilots.

The project features a high-tech, and minimalistic interface that allows instructors to monitor trainee simulation sessions, allowing them to make real-time adjustments.

By incorporating cutting-edge technology, such as biometric devices, real-time data is provided on the trainees' stress and attention levels.

Project S was publicly showcased in the UK, receiving very positive feedback from both the audience and stakeholders.

Problem

The challenge in Project S was that of designing a dashboard that allowed instructors to monitor trainees VR-simulated sessions and make real-time adjustments accordingly.

The dashboard needed to capture and analyze the trainees' physiological responses during training sessions, and then provide recommendations for scenario adjustments, enabling instructors to customize and improve the trainee's performance and experience within the simulation.

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Process

Due to the confidential nature of the project, specifics about the design process cannot be disclosed.

However, a structured approach was used to identify, then address the challenges and elevate the overall concept.

Key elements included comprehensive research into neuroscience principles and biometric devices and how they can come into play in a VR scenario, stakeholder interviews, ideation and design iterations.

Research

A comprehensive research phase delved into the intricacies of biometric devices, their capabilities, and their potential use in capturing and analyzing physiological responses.

Neuroscience principles were also extensively explored to identify opportunities for enhancing pilot training effectiveness.

This research provided a solid foundation for integrating biometrics and neuroscience, ensuring a scientifically driven approach to optimizing VR training scenarios.

Stakeholder Interviews

Active stakeholder engagement was prioritized throughout the design process to make sure.

Interviews were conducted to gather requirements, discuss the concept, and understand expectations.

Stakeholders also played an integral role in the ideation phase, contributing valuable insights and perspectives.

Ideation

Collaborative ideation with stakeholders was instrumental in shaping the initial design of the instructor dashboard.

Stakeholder input was incorporated into low-fidelity wireframes and mockups, ensuring alignment with the project requirements and vision.

This collaborative and iterative process facilitated the exploration of design concepts and identified key elements for enhancing instructor effectiveness in monitoring and adapting VR training sessions for trainees.

Deliverables

Throughout the project the following deliverables were provided:

  1. Research report - a detailed document providing a comprehensive overview of biometric devices, their capabilities, and potential integration into the instructor dashboard;
  2. Wireframes and mockups - a series of wireframes and mockups showcasing the evolution of the instructor dashboard's layout, structure, and functionality, facilitating stakeholder feedback and ensuring alignment with user needs;
  3. Demo video - a captivating video produced using After Effects and Blender, effectively demonstrating the instructor dashboard's key features, biometric integration, and impact on pilot training.

Impact

Project S and its accompanying demo video were publicly presented to a receptive audience in the UK, generating enthusiastic responses from both stakeholders and attendees.

The instructor dashboard, a cutting-edge platform that seamlessly integrates neuroscience principles and biometric devices, showcased its transformative potential for pilot training management.

This innovative solution mpressed the audience with its real-time monitoring capabilities and personalized training recommendations.

The demo video effectively demonstrated how the dashboard can empower instructors to make data-driven decisions, adapt training scenarios based on individual physiological data, and ultimately enhance pilot performance and overall experience.

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