Here is a PDF of our Final Presentation to Microsoft. We presented our final concept, the video above, and an overview of the Airloom system and interfaces. RESEARCH PROCESS, METHODS AND FINDINGS For more detailed information on how we arrived at this final concept and developed the Airloom system, here is a PDF of our presentation summarizing our initial exploratory and user research process and synthesis. We also presented a summary of our generative research process, including several use scenarios and participatory co-design activty sessions. Here is a PDF of our presentation summarizing this generative research process and the findings that led to our design concept. Finally, before delivering our final design solution, we presented our process as we refined and tested our final idea; the Airloom system. Go here to check out our concept refinement process and intial explanation of the Airloom system - including the augmented reality gesture guide, and our evaluative research and testingExploratory User Research Secondary research: literature review Competitive review: 150 similar travel and tourism related apps ands services Territory mapping Survey: 72 respondents User interviews: 16 interviewees Personas: 3 unique personas Card sorting: 6 participants, 60 cards Generative User Research Future tool building: 7 participants Scenario enactment: 7 participants Ideation Methods 'How might we...?': 21 questions generating 75 different ideas Affinity diagramming: 6 overlapping concepts Evaluative Research and User Testing Scenario validation - testing primary concepts with users: 8 participants Wireframing and usability testing of mobile experience and AR experience paper prototypes Writing, storyboarding and filming the videosketch The following are a few photographs from our research and design process.