Bea in Bristol is an iPad application that was designed as part of a recent academic study. The application explores how new assistive technologies can aid the learning process for children on the autism spectrum in museums.
I took up the role of UX Designer and project manager on this project where I was mainly responsible for researching the target audience, required content, designing the application infrastructure & wireframes, and managing the user testing.
The main user requirement from the application was to provide structure to their learning experience inside the M Shed museum in Bristol. The application also had to meet accessibility standards for those on the autism spectrum, of which was met through my own research as well as working with the academic researcher and through user testing.