We reimagined the grocery shopping experience from the ground up using only existing proven technology and no integration with phones. The new cartless browsing journey brings the shopper closer than ever before to the thing they care about: the products.
Georgia Tech Industrial Design | ID 3051 | Sponsored by Cognizant
About the Team
We are third-year Industrial Design students from Georgia Tech who aim to design and reinvent the most seamless shopping experience
Catherine Sun - Georgia Institute of Technology - Atlanta Metropolitan Area | LinkedIn
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Hope Lon Kutsche - Theatrical Technician - YOUNG ACTORS PLAYHOUSE | LinkedIn
I am an intuitive learner with a curiosity to find out how things work. I did a 3D modeling camp and a programming camp one summer, and they sparked my interest in technology. Since then, I have done multiple 3D printed projects and a few interest-based coding projects.
Sara Inani on Behance
I am looking for Internships for Industrial Design positions focused on exploring new solutions centered around user research and prototyping. I am particularly interested in opportunities involving group research, UX/UI design and 3D modeling. I'd love to connect and discuss opportunities & future possibilities!
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We started by looking at a variety of near range, partially passive data transfer technologies including QR, NFC, and RFID to establish their limits and use cases.
Batches of 1-6 people shopped in a small mockup of aisles, shelves and dropoff boxes to simulate browsing with a list and using ‘wizard of oz’ conveyor system. The simulation procedure was tweaked between runs based on feedback in post-interviews.
The designers rigged a rough mockup of a single checkout station with cardboard, foam core, and items found in the studio. After ten participants had checked out 2-4 times, the designers knew what UI elements were needed along the process, where belt and cart were located, the depth of the staging area, and how the belt behaved with the screen elements.