Maureen Lin Design Portfolio

Kennedy Space Center

ISS multitouch wall

Concept Development
Art Direction
Information Architecture
Visual Design
Interaction Design
Motion Design
Video Editing

At about 356 feet by 240 feet, larger than a football field, the International Space Station (ISS) is a multi-nation construction project that is the largest single structure humans ever put into space. As part of the Atlantis Attraction exhibit at NASA’s Kennedy Space, the ISS interactive is a 7-monitor multitouch wall to showcase and acknowledge the work since its launch in 1998.

Inspired by the expeditions carried out by astronauts regardless of nationality, I envisioned a snappy user interface that feels speedy, real and nerdy, which is fulfilled by a crisp and clean look, quick transition, rich media content, and abundant data feed. The media wall as a whole displays key explorations, ISS assembly, ISS live feeds, and astronaut's day in the life. Visitors can initiate a portal anytime to search/browse any ISS expedition, dig deep into a specific topic, enjoying an unprecedented amount of information right at their fingertips.

Project at Unified Field