ASTRO-B

UX/UI Design - NASA Sponsored Project
Project Overview
This is a collaborative project of Industrial Design and a UX/UI Design project sponsored by NASA. The goal of this project is to reimagine the Astro-B robot in the future. Astro-B is a free-flying robot that currently assists the life of astronauts in the International Space Station. The future Astro-B is redesigned to be a future space travel robot to assist tourists in the International Space Station.
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Problem
Space tourism can be more accessible. Space tourism needs a personal tour guide. Space travelers need mental and physical support during the trip. Space tourism can be expanded to travel with purpose, such as a scientific research method.
Solution
Create Astro-B as an assistant smart robot for space tourists as a tour guide with a variety of interactive features to enhance their quality of life during their trip.

Ideation Development

In the team of the UX Design and the industrial design, HOW MIGHT WE questions are used to discover the pain points of the users.

User Persona

Based on user research, a user story and pain points are addressed.

Design Solutions

According to the six pain points, the features are iterated to solve the problems.

Low Fidelity Wireframes

There are seven features in Astro-B. Each feature has unique user interface design. All the wireframes are available in the Full Version File.

High Fidelity Wireframes

There are seven features in Astro-B. Each feature has unique user interface design. All the wireframes are available in the Full Version File.

Mockups