UX Design Director

HP - e-reader

Our team at Teague worked with the printer group at HP to move beyond the printed page.  We designed a full-color e-reader tablet experience before the iPad came out. Our focus was on bringing together traditional printed media and digital content to a single reading experience that felt inviting to use and easy to navigate. I designed interactions for aggregating content on the home screen as well as the reading experience including bookmarking and highlighting content. I also led a team to develop a very robust prototype to demonstrate how the touch interactions were going to work on a tablet. 

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 The reading experience was the core function of the device, but our goal was to have a fully interactive reading experience that allowed users to easily navigate through the book as well as to intuitively bookmark, highlight, note, and share parts of the book for easy reference.

The reading experience was the core function of the device, but our goal was to have a fully interactive reading experience that allowed users to easily navigate through the book as well as to intuitively bookmark, highlight, note, and share parts of the book for easy reference.

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