Keeping in mind values such as empathy, contemplation, community engagement, gratitude, and awareness, I developed this experience design that invites users to take the time to listen, share wisdom and truth, and preserve these amazing, life-changing stories.
"Life Matters" is an exhibition at the Museum of Near Death Experiences, where museum attendees can step into a floating, glowing egg-shaped personal pod and sit on a comfortable, ergonomic memory-foam seat that contours the body. They interact with a 13-in. HD touchscreen that can be handheld if they so choose. After a brief introduction, users can browse the library of stories, read stories, share their own stories, use/print share cards, or print their own library card (which has their story's unique code and a printed version of their own animated portrait gif).
View the documentation website and read more about the project here; below are some of the user interface designs for the screen experience: