- NASA run events called "Tweetups" where they invite the public to put their questions to a panel of astronauts and NASA experts at a live event. Fans around the world can also tweet their questions. NASA Buzzroom is a website (and live event installation) that aggregates all this information, including tweets, photos, videos, news and calendar dates. I was given a set of wireframes covering all sections of the website to design-out from. The majority of visuals shown here show an alternative style to the final website, which I later styled to incorporate more graphic elements from the main NASA website. Sadly this website is no longer online.
Agency: JESS3. Client: NASA
View more on this project at: www.roomfive.net/nasa-buzzroom/
- Live stream.
In addition to the Buzzroom website, NASA also required a visual to present the live stream of tweets during their Tweetup events. This particular concept was intended to be viewed fullscreen either on the web or on a tablet. The user can cycle between keywords and the background image changes periodically, all of which can be downloaded as desktop wallpapers. This concept was also intended to be flexible in that the functionality could mostly be automated to be projected digitally as a data wall visualisation at the events.