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Taste Test
Taste Test
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Taste Test was an interactive touchscreen exhibit that myself and a team of awesome designers made for The Magic House Children’s Museum in Kirkwood, MO. On my all-star team was Allie Nothum, Robert Koh, Nick Banjai, and myself.

User Experience
Minimize Reading. Too Much text turns an interactive experience into an intimidating amount of work.

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Visual
Color and Illustrations. Distinctive colors and simple illustrations will help convey instruction and information.

Educational

The basic principles of taste. We learn faster when the operation is task-focused, simple, and consistent.

Drag and Drop
Intuitive interactions. Drag and drop is a common user interface feature that has become intuitive for both adults and children.

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Height Placement
Easily accessible. All interactive features are place in the lower reigon in order to be reachable for small children.

Task Focused
Simple interactions. Simple, task-focused interactions are highly conductive to learning and digesting information.

Taste Icons

  • Saltysalty
  • Sweetsweet
  • Bitterbitter
  • Soursour

Food Icons

  • French Friesfries
  • Pretzelpretzel
  • Peanutspeanut
  • Potato Chipchip
  • Popcornpopcorn
  • Cupcakecupcake
  • Lollipoplollipop
  • Appleapple
  • Cocoacocoa
  • Iced Teatea
  • Coffeecoffee
  • Grapefruitgrapefruit
  • Lemonlemon
  • Picklepickle