Interaction Style Toolkit
Design research // digital fabrication
Interactive Technology is implemented in all kinds of objects around us. The beep of a public transportation card when you check in, the speed at which doors automatically open when you approach, .
In order to make these products perform well, down to the last subtle detail, designers have the responsibility to create beautiful, suitable interactions between user and product.
This toolkit was designed to help designers to create products with a ‘soul’. It provides a way to explore how different characters can be translated into the behaviour of product abilities; for example, if you want to design a ‘friendly’ coffee machine, what kind of sound should it make?