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Designing for Unpredictable Experience Sizes in AR

Alesha Unpingco (User Experience Designer, Google)

Location: California East, Second Floor, Tower Building

Date: Tuesday, October 30

Time: 11:30am - 12:30pm

Pass Type: XRDC Pass - Get your pass now!

Track: Innovation

Format: Session

Vault Recording: Video

Audience Level: All

Every user's environment is unique, but what are the common trends seen in experience and space sizes? How do you design for various environmental constraints? How can knowledge of these constraints empower you to design for all users? Understanding the different environment sizes and how to design for them is one of the first steps creators can take when developing meaningful experiences everyone can enjoy. Google AR Designer, Alesha Unpingco, will share insights from ARCore applications and break down observations and techniques creators can use for designing table scale, room scale, and world scale experiences for unpredictable spaces.

Takeaway

Attendees of this session will learn about trends from Google applications and from the community, and will leave with design techniques they can use when creating augmented reality content that reacts and adapts to different environment sizes.

Intended Audience

This talk targets augmented reality enthusiasts and creators who have a motivation to build for all users and/or an interest in understanding Google's recommendations for designing for diverse spaces.