by Yeji Han

Moment is a product that provides mobility independence for individuals with visual impairment, including both a wearable device as well as a mobile app. The wearable device provides directional haptic cues to help users avoid obstacles in public environments. The dual haptic motors use a simple haptic language to provide useful information. While the mobile app alleviates the stress of preparatory stages in commutes, allowing users to save routes, create custom commutes between multiple locations, and pin haptic alerts to be sent to your device at specific directions on your route.


Gold in Interactive Design 2021, Student

Silver in Logos 2021, Student

Silver in UX, Interface & Navigation 2021, Student

Silver in Branding 2021, Student

Created by:

Lead Designer

Yeji Han

University or Design School

Savannah College of Art and Design

Project Website

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Design Team

Zachra Pradipta, Andrew Goodridge, Edena Alvarado, Erin Mills, Andrea Guth

Video (direct link)

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Individual Credits

Project Manager: Yeji Han
Visual Design, Prototyping: Zachra Pradipta
Visual Design, Prototyping: Andrew Goodridge