Telly - Dissolving the language barrier
This project is the result of an intensive 2 week Sounds design project. The project is a collaboration between the master programme in Interaction design and the master programme of Advanced Product design at Umea Institute Of Design.
In the current political and social climate, our societies need aid for integration and an increase in tolerance for diversity. We asked ourselves what design can do to create a more open minded future society. One initial and central thought was, if we grow up with friends from diverse cultures it makes us more open minded and tolerant for diversity. This led us to a questions that this project was then based upon. How could we promote interaction between children who otherwise might not speak to each other?
TIMEFRAME 2 weeks
YEAR Spring 2017
TOOLS Arduino, after effects. illustrator
SCHOOL Umeå Institute of design
Camilla Näsholm, Nicole Waniowska, Pontus Edman
Key Ideation, textile design and sewing, Audio recording & Editing, “Story of Telly” Graphics & Movie Animation, App User interface.
To tutors, Andreas Estensen, Thomas Degn, Christoffel Kuenen, Peter Lundholm & Rickard Åström
The process and team.
Our team was a great mix of expertise and knowledge and everyone quickly found their role and responsibilities. To get in depth in our process and to find out how Telly works, please view the short movie below.