Digital Photo Kiosks

Sports Card

These kiosks were designed with an interface that could be applied to different types of photo frames - in this case sports cards and postcards (scroll down for the postcard examples). Visitors can choose visual options, write their name and a message, pose for a photo and then share via email.  Away from the kiosk, the photo can be viewed on a webpage and shared via social media.

Showing some of the steps — a number of customization options are available (disclaimer: this photo is definitely not from the Richmond Oval)

Showing some of the steps — a number of customization options are available (disclaimer: this photo is definitely not from the Richmond Oval)

Creating different sports cards and icons was lots of fun. We went for vintage, classic and modern looks.

Creating different sports cards and icons was lots of fun. We went for vintage, classic and modern looks.

Extra details could be filled out on the back of the card, with stats and an athlete write-up.

Extra details could be filled out on the back of the card, with stats and an athlete write-up.

Photo countdown.

Photo countdown.

An email address is required to receive the sports card, with an option to share with a friend.

An email address is required to receive the sports card, with an option to share with a friend.

Viewed from a link in the confirmation or shared email, the card is presented in the same format online, sharable via social media — or print a copy for the fridge!

Viewed from a link in the confirmation or shared email, the card is presented in the same format online, sharable via social media — or print a copy for the fridge!

 

Postcard

Built to be part of the same family of digital photo kiosks, the postcards retain the same overall functionality as the sports cards with a different configuration. These kiosks have appeared at a number of locations across Canada.

A message and your name are added to the postcard, and a number of different scenes can be chosen for the other side of the card.

A message and your name are added to the postcard, and a number of different scenes can be chosen for the other side of the card.

A message following the countdown and photo being taken.

A message following the countdown and photo being taken.

Email collection and sharing option.

Email collection and sharing option.

Sent via email, the postcard as shown online, consistent with the postcard shown on the kiosk.

Sent via email, the postcard as shown online, consistent with the postcard shown on the kiosk.

These kiosks got built into many different fabrications, the above example located at the Burnaby Carousel (fabrication by 3DS). Photo by NGX Interactive.

These kiosks got built into many different fabrications, the above example located at the Burnaby Carousel (fabrication by 3DS). Photo by NGX Interactive.

And lastly, depending on the client, the overall look could be customized to be different than the standard mailbag look.

And lastly, depending on the client, the overall look could be customized to be different than the standard mailbag look.

My Roles  /  Interface Design, UX, Illustration, Art Direction
Studio  /  NGX Interactive
Project Manager  /  Rebekah Renford
Exhibit Locations  /  These kiosks have been set up in many different locations across Canada, both at permanent locations and temporary events — for BC Sports Hall of Fame, Richmond Oval, Science World, Parks Canada (multiple locations across Canada), Port of Halifax, Vancouver International Airport, Burnaby Village Museum, UBC, Chapters Books and others.  
Year  /  2010 (initial design)