A large percentage of the global cable TV infrastructure runs on Ericsson’s white label hardware and software platform. The vision project is a hybrid sales demo showcasing forthcoming features available for operators — as well as a design lab aiding future product directions.
Design & Direction
Functioning demo spanning smart watches, tablets and TV’s
Cary Gibaldi, Principal, Holografik
Gina Terada, Principal, Holografik
Andy Zeldis, Technologist
Sam Staar, Design & Animation
Remove Visual Complexity
By leveraging voice control and tucking the menus to the edges of the screen, we created an experience with a restrained UI that didn’t overload the user with visual choice.
Premium & Cinematic
We adopted a paired-back visual design that emphasized the moving image. The aim was to give the viewer the sense of a premium experience, taking cues from fashion to the gold of classic Hollywood cinema.
From smartwatch to phone to tablet to TV, the design system had to be adaptable and consistent across all touchpoints.
We elevated the timeline bar to be front and center. This unique visual device allowed us to concentrate contextual program details in one central location.
We transitioned from Helvetica Neue to Dalton Maag’s Effra. This humanist geometric typeface not only has hints of 20’s Deco, but the open apertures and counterspaces improved readability.
An overview of key states in the experience. Realtime effects alter background video to produce an abstracted frosted moving image.
Devices could work independently or with one another. For example, you could flick the live video you’re watching on your tablet and onto your TV.
The before and after compared, from dense and generic to one utilizing much more white space.
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