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SAHAR BADAH

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WELCOME


SAHAR BADAH

 Who am I? 

 

A highly experienced Interaction and UX designer with broad range of professional and technical background. Holds a Masters degree in Integrated Digital Media from Polytechnic School of Engineering, New York University. 

Having  diverse working background and expertise that spans over technology design, user experience, communication strategies, and corporate business campaigns. Had the chance to work in New York city as an Interaction Designer on multiple projects, such as the award winning EMKI (Edward Kennedy Interactive Educational Museum) and MTA transit way-finding Interactive Kiosks. I have also enjoyed participating in digital media educational events and professional training activities as a principal speaker.

I am currently working at Mishkat Interactive Center as an Exhibit Developer and a Project Manger implementing highly interactive hands-on programs that are developed scientifically for school students between 6-17 years old.  

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Work


Designs made simple!

Work


Designs made simple!

 What I have been doing? 

 

Wayfinding

Wayfarer - Augmented reality navigation app

NYU THESIS PROJECT 2012

An Augmented Reality positioning platform for mobile devices that works as a wayfinding app for NYU students and visitors, allowing them to navigate more easily throughout campus to their classes and between buildings. This working prototype will provide a unique Augmented Reality experience. New students will be able to navigate indoors and outdoors on campus by viewing 3D models and labels that links the virtual world with the real one. 

 

MTA ON THE GO KIOSKS 

Control group 2013

New York subway touchscreen wayfinding maps. The screens are basically huge interactive navigation centers, which serve real-time up information about how to get where you're going, and what (inevitable) service disruptions might get in the way.

 

User Experience/Interaction Design

 Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the U.S. Senate Museum

control group 2014

Two-story Senate chamber, built with the help of a museum exhibit production firm. Visitors can sit at custom-built replicas of the 100 individual 19th-century mahogany senatorial desks and play senator. Using specially created software accessed on museum tablets, they can create would-be senatorial profiles, debate, cast votes, learn about past and current legislators and issues, and simulate the process of turning bills into laws. Elsewhere is a replica of Kennedy’s Senate office and space for 53-foot-wide interactive exhibitions projected onto the building’s interior walls.

 

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