Carleton Navigator


Description

Carleton Navigator was a design research methods course for my master degree in human-computer interaction at Carleton University. For this term project, we conducted two user studies and one design solution for enhancing the Carleton’s way-finding system. As a two people group, we did qualitative and quantitative studies and analyzed the data to understand the current issues and user preferences when navigating through the campus. Then, I designed this new solution of interactive way-finding system with IoT technologies. I spent a great deal of time to consider both hardware and software for this system, so it is feasible enough to be implemented today.

 


Download the Project Document PDF Here (8.3MB)