“A study released by Marks & Spencer has revealed that the average woman will spend 17 minutes each morning trying to find an outfit to wear to work. This amounts to four days a year, and six months of our working lives searching for something to wear to the office.”

My partner, Miranti, and I decided to tackle this issue and combat it by creating a prototype for a fictional smart mirror called “Mirage”. I created a promotional motion video that showcases what Mirage is all about while Miranti applied her expertise in UI/UX towards the interactive screens for the mirror and mobile app. To view the interactive side of this project, head over to Miranti's website here.

Mirage was our graduate project at Vancouver Film School and we received two nomination awards during graduation which were for “Best UI/UX” and “Best Technical Motion Design”!
Mirage Case Study
Storyboard & Style Frames
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