The UI allows a user to take a linear path - going back and forth between rooms and areas. Each section contains hotspots on specific subject areas,the information areas to be flexible but restricted in height to ensure that visual subject matters were never covered.
Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal
An interactive visit to the courts
RoleLead designer, Art director
Solicitor's Disciplinary Tribunal decide on alleged misconduct of foreign lawyers and those employed by
solicitors as well as deciding on applications by former solicitors. Understanding that a first visit to the
courts can be stressful, they wanted to provide visitors with digital guidance on what to expect.
The project was to create an interactive tour of the building and courts and highlight the roles of various people that may be involved in the process.
Wireframing and defining the journey, planning photo shoot scenes and defining layouts.
Research and requirements gathering
Through workshopping and activities with the client and visiting the courts to understand their and their users’ needs and goals.
Storyboarding and planning the photoshoot
Working with the photographer to determine angles, lighting and working with the client to ensure the scenes were an accurate depiction of a visit. Whilst ensuring that they would be appropriate for the use in an interactive tour.
Design development of the interactive tour
Finalising the UI with the final edited photos in place and creating a new set of digital floorplans.
Being there from start to finish
Involved beyond the point designs were signed off. Ensuring the development matched up to the designs and user experience was as defined and always being a point of contact for the client.