Muni - Na, wie geht's
Interaction Design/UIUX Design
Team: Di He, Zhiwei Wei
Due to the lack of group dynamics when working from home, there is no same strong social atmosphere as in the office. As a consequence, we are also likely to be lacking in awareness of our social roles.
How can technology bring us happiness?
Muni enable multidimensional communication through haptic perception, which solves the problem of the limitations of virtual connectivity due to existing physical distances and thus builds emotional connections between people.
After analyzing the characteristics of existing social office software, the core positioning of this design became clearer.
Breaking the existing purely digital communication method to make up for the lack of face-to-face communication, this design has found a new landing point.
The design focuses on the core issues of people working from home, addressing both identity and communication.
Some theoretical information has been gathered to support the necessary communication for the work.
After an in-depth analysis of the existing problems, the problem was focused on the social witness from colleagues.
The process involves the entire process of user interaction with the system during use.
Silicone as a material can meet both the need for structural and haptic emotional transmission.
The soft haptics resemble the texture of skin, which mitigates the sense of unreality that virtual space brings and strengthens emotional connection.